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Fred H. Besthorn

In: Restorative Justice Today: Practical Applications

Chapter 25: Speaking Earth: Environmental Restoration and Restorative Justice

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Speaking Earth: Environmental Restoration and Restorative Justice
Speaking earth: Environmental restoration and restorative justice
FredH.Besthorn

Fred H. Besthorn, associate professor of social work at Wichita State University, has written widely on the subject of deep ecology, which takes us into the spiritual realm with a deep appreciation for nature and for nonhuman and human life. In his contribution for this book, Besthorn constructs a model of environmental restoration as a form of environmental justice. Because we depend on nature, as the author suggests, we must work toward restoring a harmonious balance between our lifestyles and our natural resources. You don't have to be familiar with all the philosophical terms used in this contribution to appreciate the essence of its argument.

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