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This Is Hope: Green Vegans and the New Human Ecology

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This Is Hope" is a crossover book for self-identified environmentalists, species rights advocates, vegans and vegetarians, those dedicated to true sustainability, fish and wildlife "management" professionals, students of deep ecology, and those who want to know the biocentric solutions for our dietary, consumer, and reproductive choices. Over a span of three decades, I managed campaigns for species rights and environmental organizations. We operated without the overarching context we needed to make the connections between species rights and environmentalism-as well as other issues that pulled at my heart. Environmentalists seemed unaware that there is immense suffering in ecosystem destruction. Animal rightists ignored the innate value of all species and chose sentience as the ultimate test for responding to issues. They failed to acknowledge the dependence of the sentient upon the nonsentient and their ecosystems. During and since then I have written This Is Hope: Green Vegans and The New Human Ecology" to propose that we can construct an intentional new human ecology to address a myriad of issues. It will serve as a context for the solutions Earth and all her species so desperately need from us personally but also from the organizations and institutions that act on our behalf. This is a biocentric, deep ecology proposal. Our human ecology consists of our relationships with and between other people, other species, our institutions, and the physical environment. Because of its comprehensive consideration these relationships to all else, an examination of our human ecology can show us how multiple issues are connected-issues that advocates from diverse causes care about deeply. For the first time, advocates from many fields will see that our human ecology is the context they have been seeking to further their successes. In This is Hope, I compare the outcomes of two human ecologies; one is tragic, the other is full of promise. I describe in depth our current human e