Environment and Energy

Some articles on environment, environment and energy, environment and, energy:

Ecosophy - Félix Guattari
... the relationship between humans and their natural environment through its maintenance of the dualistic separation of human (cultural) and nonhuman (natural ... including human subjectivity, the environment, and social relations, all of which are intimately interconnected ... Without modifications to the social and material environment, there can be no change in mentalities ...
Jackie Speier - Political Views - Environment and Energy
... Speier is concerned for the protection of the environment and wants to preserve the health of this planet ... poses a growing danger and negatively affects the environment ... on the subject of global warming and the environment, she expressed a desire “to craft a bipartisan and commonsense energy plan that makes polluters pay, provides for middle class energy tax credits, and creates ...
European Union Committee - Scrutiny Work - Sub-committees - Sub-Committee D: Agriculture, Fisheries, Environment and Energy
... Fisheries Policy, animal health and welfare, and the environment (including climate change) ... It also considers matters relating to energy, including coal, oil, gas, nuclear, and renewables ...

Famous quotes containing the words environment and, energy and/or environment:

    Maturity involves being honest and true to oneself, making decisions based on a conscious internal process, assuming responsibility for one’s decisions, having healthy relationships with others and developing one’s own true gifts. It involves thinking about one’s environment and deciding what one will and won’t accept.
    Mary Pipher (20th century)

    Three elements go to make up an idea. The first is its intrinsic quality as a feeling. The second is the energy with which it affects other ideas, an energy which is infinite in the here-and-nowness of immediate sensation, finite and relative in the recency of the past. The third element is the tendency of an idea to bring along other ideas with it.
    Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)

    Today the young actors regard their environment with rage and disgust. They regard their Master not as disciples regard their Master, but as slaves regard their Master.
    Judith Malina (b. 1926)