Not Out of the Woods: Preserving the Human in Environmental Architecture

@article{Light2005NotOO,
  title={Not Out of the Woods: Preserving the Human in Environmental Architecture},
  author={A. Light and A. Wallace},
  journal={Environmental Values},
  year={2005},
  volume={14},
  pages={3-20}
}
The North American environmental movement has historically sought to redress the depletion and degradation of natural resources that has been the legacy of the industrial revolution. Predominant in this approach has been the preservation of wilderness, conservation of species biodiversity and the restoration of natural ecosystems. While the results of such activity have often been commendable, several scholars have pointed out that the environmental movement has inherited an unfortunate bias… Expand
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