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Environmental practice is risky business. Every day, we make personal and professional choices predicated on assessments of risk to the planet and risk to ourselves.We risk our resources, our reputations, our own welfare and the welfare of other species to make urgent and controversial choices to protect the environment. Contributors to this issue of Whole Terrain probe into the nature of risk and offer innovative ways to evaluate its role in our lives and work.
- Risking Life and Limb in Forest Restoration
- A Hudson River Immersion
Laird Christensen and Jon Jensen
- Numbers and Nerves: Toward an Effective Apprehension of Environmental Risk
Scott Slovic and Paul Slovic
- Other Voices
- Dirt and Sorrow
- Journey to the Lotus
Gregory William Frux
- Risk in the 1996 Mount Everest Tragedy: A Group Perspective
- Tools and Weapons of the Wild
- Risk: What’s Acceptable and Who Decides: An Interview with Thomas Webler
- The Risk Jack Took
Kathleen Dean Moore