are involved in a particularly exciting "island ecologies" bioregionalist
Booth also demonstrates the compatibility of bioregionalist
thought with Bryan Norton's views on local places and community values.
Robert Thayer lists these as "Who am I?
Though Cannon is a committed bioregionalist
, Wall rightly resists pigeonholing her subtle, complex explorations of mind and landscape, or mind in landscape, to paraphrase contemporary ecocriticism's preoccupation for rendering the immanence in nature.
ecocritic Tom Lynch uses the word to indicate an embrace of deserts--their biotic elements and their inhabitants.
They include a globe-trotting community development specialist, a designer who learns from nature, a leading bioregionalist
, a Good Samaritan intent on helping humans (and nonhumans), and a scholar who sees signs that a new global cultural transformation is now in progress.
Though clearly the product of local action, inspired in part by bioregionalist
ideas, and nurtured by the efforts of various regional and national associations and foundations, the movement has received essential support from EPA.
This inextricable interrelationship of place, values, and broader configurations of socio-political power, moreover, implies the inevitable political inefficacy and social injustice of place-based forms of thinking that are purely bioregionalist
or founded upon a strictly local communitarianism.
14) This prescription is particularly associated with bioregionalist
ecophilosophy--see for example Berg and Dasmann, Devall, and Sale.
Alice Kidd is a deeply rooted bioregionalist
Affinity with bioregionalist
themes is recognized in green syndicalist appeals for a replacement of nation-states with bioregional communities.
Activists and the Sustainability Paradigm.