Monthly Archives: October 2015

Stalking 2: Responsible Adaptation to Rising Sea Level

During Journey 2, I began to apply ethical consideration to the adaptive measures the different people and organizations we met with were enacting in response to sea level rise. Each site we visited (Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Smith Island, the … Continue reading

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Conserving Blackwater

Journey 2 focuses on natural science, specifically the ecology and geology of the Chesapeake Bay. My Journey 2 photo journal aims to depict how communities are adapting to climate change, specifically sea level rise. Reading the Blackwater 2100 conservation plan … Continue reading

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Teaching “The Land Ethic”

In my last blog, I wrote about Cronon’s idea of wilderness dualism, and the problems associated with the “humans versus nature” approach to environmental management. The text we engaged with this week, Aldo Leopold’s “The Land Ethic,” also advocated for … Continue reading

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