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New Publication: Mutual Care: Rethinking Our Relationship with Outdoor Spaces, by James Stinson

New Publication: Mutual Care: Rethinking Our Relationship with Outdoor Spaces, by James Stinson



New Publication: Mutual Care: Rethinking Our Relationship with Outdoor Spaces, by James Stinson

Dahdaleh Institute Postdoctoral Fellow James Stinson has published an article in the magazine Mountain Life. The article discusses the growing awareness of the health benefits of spending time in nature and argues that while increasing visitation to natural areas may benefit human health, it also leads to environmental degradation. In order for outdoor recreation to foster a more reciprocal relationship between people and the planet, we need to shift from an ethic of leave no trace to an ethic of mutual care.

Stinson, J. (2021). Mutual care: Rethinking our relationship with outdoor spaces. Mountain Life, Fall 2021: The Resilience Issue: 47–48.


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Planetary Health

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Climate Change

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