Post Carbon Fellow Zenobia Barlow and the Center for Ecoliteracy's latest book Ecoliterate was reviewed in the Washington Times.
From the review:
Many years ago, I participated in an outdoor environmental program aimed at providing young students with hands-on experience. At the event, one of the instructors was wearing a T-shirt with a large sketch of a majestic lion with the description, “We are all one spirit.” Being a rather humorous sort, I thought of teasing the teacher with, “Why don’t you have a picture of a cockroach on your shirt, instead?”
What does such a bold T-shirt have to do with “Ecoliterate: How Educators are Cultivating Emotional, Social, and Ecological Intelligence” by Daniel Goleman, Lisa Bennett and Zenobia Barlow? Besides providing a wealth of educational perspective and techniques, “Ecoliterate” also promotes the current academically acceptable spiritual position — that is, we are all one in the eco-spirit.