An Afternoon at the Museum

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“In search of profit, capital will stalk every last inch of the environment and simply attach a price tag to everything it sees. It will be this price tag, not the Earth’s inherent boundaries, which will determine the fate of Nature.”

This piece was awarded runner-up in New Philosopher’s Writer Award XIV: Nature and printed in the May 2017 edition of New Philosopher.

Read the full article from the May 2017 edition of New Philosopher

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