The Campus and Environmental Responsibility

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In a college commencement address, poet, philosopher, and farmer Wendell Berry raised a simple but nearly impossible challenge. "Find work, if you can," he said, "that does no damage" to the world or its future. Had he addressed the same students four years before at their high school graduations, saying, "Find a college, if you can, that does not damage," where would they have gone? How many institutions have analyzed their resource flows of energy, water, materials, food, and waste? How many have attempted to minimize the ...

The Campus and Environmental Responsibility 1992, Jossey-Bass

ISBN-13: 9781555427535

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