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Social ecology

Social Ecology is a coherent radical critique of current social, political, and anti-ecological trends. It is reconstructive, ecological, communitarian, and ethical approach to society. [1] (http://www.social-ecology.org/)

Social Ecology is a radical view of ecology and social/political systems. Social Ecologists believe that the current ecological crisis is the product of capitalism. They believe it is not the number of people, but the way people relate to one another that has fueled the current economic crisis.

see Murray Bookchin, social darwinism, Peter Kropotkin

contrast with Deep Ecology

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