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I’ve been swamped with reading and writing this week as I am two weeks from the close of my semester.  Suffice it to say that I’ll finish my discussion on Job and equality next week.

In the mean time, I was really stoked to come across this last week.  A company in my town is turning plastics into fuel on the cheap.  It doesn’t necessarily address our dependence on foreign oil, but it is still remarkable and something that can possibly lead towards more sustainable communities.

Plastics to oil, and the end of ‘gardeners guilt

I’ve been reading a lot of statements and articles from the Eastern Orthodox tradition regarding the care for the environment.  This one by Dr. Elizabeth Theokritoff is a pretty good representation of where the tradition currently stands.  Thoughts?

The Orthodox Church and The Environment

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