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ecosystem

Everything we love is transient, fleeting, temporary

ESSAY: It is our self-understanding that is at stake today. With their aggressive, partly inflated subjects, Western technologists, economists and artists have for centuries sat above nature. In the ecosystem, man is in nature, it is a part of nature, on which he is completely dependent. Can we protect biotopes, habitats, rivers, lakes, soils, oceans and commons? This essay looks at five books examining the ecosystem.

China as the leader of an ecological civilization

Yifei Li, Judith Shapiro Polity: China Goes Green – Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: The future of the world depends on China taking its environmental commitments seriously

guerrilla Dama

Kari Gåsvatn: guerrilla Hagen

FOOD IN THE GARDEN: A new book claims that by cultivating the land around you, on a slope, in a backyard or in a flower box, you become a more conscious consumer. It is the first step towards a sustainable food future.

The deadly soyamafia

Fernando E. Solanas: A Journey to the Fumigated

: A Journey to the Fumigated Towns shows the pollution and extinction that threatens Argentina's indigenous people, caused by the soy industry.

Economics in a healthy ecosystem

Ove Jakobsen: Transformative Ecological Economics

: An economy where production, consumption and recycling are linked in a balanced "food chain", is the solution to the ecological crisis, according to economist Ove Jakobsen.

Everything of value is destroyed in the jungle of Borneo

Erik Pauser, Dylan Williams: The Borneo Case

: The destruction of rainforests on Borneo has led to great progress and increased wealth – for the few. What do you do with it?