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Do you think your water comes from the faucet, your electricity from the wall socket, and your food from the store? "In terms of species survival," says noted ecologist Peter Berg, "it's a suicidal perspective." But therein lies the great challenge—waking up to the realities of the place where we live. Bioregionalism teaches greater awareness of the world that keeps us alive—an awareness we need in order to stay that way. Various facets of expertise on the topic are offered by: Kirkpatrick Sale, director of the E.F. Schumacher Society and author of Rebels Against The Future; Stephanie Mills, author/editor of In Service of The Wild; Kelpie Wilson, director of the Siskiyou Project; Peter Berg, originator of the term "bioregion" and author of Discovering Your Life-Place: A First Bioregional Workbook; Jeanne and Dick Roy, cofounders of the Northwest Earth Institute; and bestselling author Jerry Mander. (hosted by Michael Toms)
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