Xak (Zach) Grossman commented on Xak (Zach) Grossman's blog post Why cars are very bad
"I think we definitely need to upgrade our public transportation - high speed regional rail, etc. - and also increase our reliance on walking and riding bikes. Living locally is important for both community development and for the environment. I…"
Mar 22, 2011
Ed Koffenberger commented on Xak (Zach) Grossman's blog post Why cars are very bad
Well stated from several perspectives. I wonder, now that I think it is impossible to dispense with our culture's need for speedier transportation/communication, what you see as the needed next step to transform the condition we are in. Shall…"
Mar 22, 2011
Xak (Zach) Grossman replied to Julie Ann Perkins's discussion "Soundscape Ecology" in Ecopsychology
"I have recently started to actively recognize the sound of electricity and various appliances that buzz throughout a household constantly.  There is virtually no escaping the electric hum of a refrigerator, or dishwasher, or even a clock.  Outside,…"
Mar 21, 2011

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  • Hi Xak: I'm happy to see you here in the Depth community after reading your story about discovering Ecopsychology on your site--(and being your first ReTweet!) :).The field has impacted me deeply as well. I hope you'll jump in right away and share some of your thoughts or comments here. You may also want to consider submitting something to the first quarterly E-zine due out in May: Depth Insights, and please, if you need any help navigating the site, don't hesitate to let me know.
  • Welcome Xak,

    I enjoyed visiting your blog. You will find many fellow-thinkers in the area of ecopsychology in the Alliance. There are several blogs, forums, and a group dedicated to this focus. Hope you will add your thoughts.


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Why cars are very bad

“Human subtlety will never devise an invention more beautiful, more simple or more direct than does nature because in her inventions nothing is lacking, and nothing is superfluous.”
-Leonardo da Vinci.

Nature is no longer of our concern, as humans – at least for a majority of humans that take part in todays environmental meltdown, which has burned (like the fuel in a combustion engine) for the past 100+ years.  The modern citizen in…

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