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Millenials & Green: Loving the Lifestyle, Lukewarm About the Label

Research released by the Pew Research Center earlier this month reveals that American millenials – who range in age from 18 to 33 – are a complicated bunch. Half call themselves political independents. All are “digital natives.” They also have a complicated relationship with environmentalism, says a new article by Grist Fellow Samantha Larson. Only […]

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Is There A Difference Between Lifestyle & Livelihood Environmentalism?

In response to views expressed by Jairam Ramesh and others on shifting American perception of environmentalism from lifestyle to survival, this TreeHugger article argues there is value in both strategies for framing environmental issues.   Posted 6.6.2011 on TreeHugger by Matthew McDermott   On a number of occasions previously and at a couple times yesterday […]

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Paul Krugman cites ecoAmerica on Climate rage

Paul Krugman cites ecoAmerica on Climate rage

In his online post on Climate Rage yesterday, Paul Krugman cites ecoAmerica's American Climate Values Survey (ACVS). In trying to discern the cause for all the anti-environmental and climate anger, he references the ACVS and it's finding that environmentalism, and climate especially, are feminine. Krugman suggests that this and anti-intellectualism are two culture issues at […]

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