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'This is an extremely well written and put together anthology' - Environmental Ethics, Winter 2001

'Provides as extremely useful and very readable introduction to the field of bioregionalism, and at the same time it relates bioregionalism to a number of important issues and challenges of our time. It will be of interest to more than just professed bioregionalists, and its academic readership will be wide-ranging in numerous disciplines.' - Ecumene

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Michael McGinnis is Director and Postdoctoral Researcher at the Ocean and Coastal Policy Center, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Bioregionalism is a body of thought and related practice that has evolved in response to the challenge of reconnecting socially-just human cultures in a sustainable manner to the region-scale ecosystems in which they are irrevocably embedded. Read the first page
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Exploring an ecocentric ecosophy Sept. 12 2000
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'Bioregionalism' is a collection of chapters written by different authors and includes many of the principal names in the field of bioregionalism. It rates four stars because it is a good reflection of some of the more credible bioregionalist literature. It fails to get the fifth star because the book lacks chapters by either Peter Berg or Kirkpatric Sale, who are arguably two of the most prominant and influential writers contributing to bioregionalist thought. The rating reflects that this book is very readable and would give somebody who is unfamiliar with bioregionalism a good overview of the subject while providing plenty more for a more knowledgable reader. The rating does not reflect whether the subject of bioregionalism is sound or 'worthy' and that must be left up to the individual reader. If read alongside authors such as Arne Naes, this book presents a stimulating alternative philosophy.


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