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June 20th ~ Environmentalist to Speak on Gaia Theory

Posted on June 6, 2013 at 7:10 AM

We thought you might want to know about this interesting presentation sponsored by our friends at Waukesha County Green Team

Environmentalist to Speak on Gaia Theory

Hartland, WI—Martin Ogle, an environmental educator and advocate of Gaia Theory, will be speaking at the Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church on Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free program, which is being offered by the Waukesha County Green Team in partnership with the Plowshare Center.

Ogle retired from a 27-year career as Chief Naturalist with the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority last year and founded Entrepreneurial Earth, LLC. “I became aware of Gaia Theory in 1986 and was immediately attracted to the idea as being the best possible context for understanding how all things and processes on Earth are interrelated,” wrote Ogle in an e-mail, adding, “I have long referred to it as the fullest expression of ecology.”

Titled, “From Land Organism to Gaia; the Land Ethic Evolving,” Ogle’s presentation will explore the Gaia Theory’s fertile symbiosis with Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic. He hopes people who attend his talk will be inspired to apply the power of these ideas to the practical challenges of sustainability.

The Waukesha County Green Team promotes environmental and economic sustainability in Waukesha County communities through education, communication and local action. They sponsor educational forums, networking events, and projects to conserve Waukesha County resources and to build a sustainable future.
For additional information, visit www.waukeshacountygreenteam.org or call 262-370-4002.

E-mail Brian for questions at
[email protected]


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