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"The value of generosity, the value of putting the good of the community and the good of the whole before your own personal gain -- those are things that every religion at its core has always stood for.” Starhawk sees the “grave environmental crisis” the world faces today as personal, spiritual and practical, with governments and corporations all too often choosing profit over sustainability.
But while some political and religious leaders have only recently recognized the realities of climate change and sustainability, Starhawk has spent the better part of the last forty years advocating for environmental justice.
Reclaiming Quarterly Reclaiming features photos and reports on Witchcamps, rituals, oracles, Pagan parenting, personal practices, and much more. Death and Dying from a Pagan Perspective Information on sharing grief & sorrow, green burials, and more. Naval Observatory – up-to-date astronomical information (moon phases, eclipses, transits).As for Starhawk's plans for the new year, she will continue teaching classes and revving up efforts to bring her ecological novel, , to the big screen.The solstice is the perfect time to chart a course for healing, Starhawk says, whether participants at the Los Angeles ritual are activists, pagans or something else entirely.” Religion is no stranger to the environmental movement.One of the largest and best-known non-governmental environmental organization, Greenpeace, makes no secret of its Quaker roots.