By Dorothy Christian,Rita Wong
downstream: reimagining water brings jointly artists, writers, scientists, students, environmentalists, and activists who keep in mind that our shared human want for fresh water is essential to development peace and strong relationships with each other and the planet. This publication explores the major roles that tradition, arts, and the arts play in aiding fit water-based ecology and gives neighborhood, worldwide, and Indigenous views on water that support to lead our societies in a time of world warming. The contributions variety from sensible to visionary, and every of the 4 sections closes with a poem to motivate own freedom besides collective care.
This e-book contributes to the formation of an intergenerational, culturally inclusive, participatory water ethic. Such an ethic arises from highbrow braveness, religious obligations, sensible wisdom, and deep appreciation for human dependence on water for a significant caliber of existence. Downstream illuminates how water teaches us interdependence with different people and residing creatures, either close to and much.
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