Nearly 50 years after Alaska gained statehood in part to manage its resources sustainably, more than 40 years after hippies started settling in communes, growing organic food and talking about “ecology,” and 38 years after the first Earth Day, environmentalism has made it to the mainstream.With energy and food prices skyrocketing and global warming now a widespread concern, the state of our environment is being discussed in corporate boardrooms and casual conversations alike, and many ...

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