Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Confession of A Recovering Plunderer.

hayes@missionwilderness.org Jonathan Nathaniel Hayes A Reflection on the author and the book
Business Lessons learned by a Radical Industrialist
by Ray Anderson 11/20/2014 Written by a self proclaimed “recovering plunderer,” the book- Business Lessons learned by a Radical Industrialist- is certainly a must read for the pragmatic environmentalist. While many that are purely environmentally minded seem annoyed …

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Hudson Stuck on the Westernization of the World

CELEBRATE DIVERSITY BEFORE IT IS GONE- Dogsledding explorer, the first to climb Mount McKinley, Episcopal Missionary, and a personal hero of mine, Hudson Stuck once wrote: “The time threatens when all the world will speak two or three great languages, when all the little tongues will be extinct and all the little peoples swallowed up, …

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What does a Maine Lobsterman, a Brazilian Native Fisherman and an Athabaskan Trapper Have in Common? Family, and Territory.

Jonathan Nathaniel Hayes Comparative Ecological Analysis
December, Critical Review Ecological, cultural, and economic approaches to managing artisanal fisheries By: Alpina Begossi In this ambitious paper, Alpina Begoss sought to deal with various facets of both the cultural and institutional ecology of an artisanal fishing community of Caicaras in the village of Paraty, Rio de Janeiro State, …

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The most endangered cat in the world: What is being done? What should be done?

A Critical Review of “Dynamics And Viability Of A Metapopulation of the Endangered Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus)” Pilar Gaona, Pablo Ferrerras, and Miguel Delibes November 1, 2014 In the research under consideration, researchers applied metapopulation models to the endangered Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) populations of the Donana National Park in the Iberian peninsula of Spain. …

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My reflections on the book, Let My People Go Surfing

Jonathan Nathaniel Hayes hayes@missionwilderness.org By Yvon Chouinard November 1, 2014 The book “Let My People Go Surfing” by Yvon Chouinard was required reading for our Building Sustainable Organizations class in grad school. I was certain our professor had read many of the same ideas rephrased by students rushed to meet all their assignment and life …

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