‘Outwardly appearing harmless while inwardly remaining hostile – waiting for an opportunity.’
The environmental crisis is an outward manifestation of a crisis of mind and spirit. There could be no greater misconception of its meaning than to believe it to be concerned only with endangered wildlife, human-made ugliness, and pollution. These are part of it, but, more importantly, the crisis is concerned with the kind of creatures we are and what we must become in order to survive – Lynton K Caldwell, principal architect of the 1969 US National Environmental Policy Act.
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