This blog is the OpEd section of the Water-Culture Institute, with posts written by David Groenfeldt (see bio) and sometimes by guest bloggers. The theme is a “new water culture” which implies a change from the water culture that has prevailed so far. The new water culture will, we hope, recognize Nature as our friend, or at least our partner, with whom we need to learn to get along for our mutual benefit. The Anthropocene does not need to spell the end of Nature but can be re-conceptualized as a new beginning…life before Eve and Adam ate the apple, and before Pandora opened the box. There is a lot of re-conceptualizing to do in the way we think about and use water and water ecosystems. This blog is a place to explore some of those ideas.
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