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Eco-Justice Immersion Experience 2011, The Outside World

Stuff, stuff and more stuff

It’s hard to discuss eco-justice without getting to the idea of conservation and sustainability. Reducing what we need and use is often the first thing we can do to lower our impact on the earth. Having these conversations with young, perceptive Episcopalians has reminded me of a video I first saw a few years back – it’s an easy-to-follow, occasionally overwhelming, informative 9 minutes. Check it out, and share with us your thoughts, questions, arguments, and reactions in the comments.

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