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I Ain't Got No Home: (Re)learning the Value of Place and Occupying a Sustainable Future

By Tina Evans

Can we truly be at home in the marketplace? What kind of place is the marketplace, anyway, and how is it related to places like our communities, our homes, and the places we love in the natural world?

This is the subject of "I Ain't Got No Home: (Re)learning the Value of Place and Occupying a Sustainable Future," the most recent installment in my Living and Learning Sustainability series on New Clear Vision. I hope you enjoy this one and find it useful.

Note: This article is the fourth in a series by Tina Evans titled “Living and Learning Sustainability.” Other articles from this series are available on New Clear Vision:


 
Tina Lynn Evans teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on energy systems and socio-ecological sustainability at Prescott College and Fort Lewis College, and is a Contributor Author for New Clear Vision. She earned her Ph.D. in Sustainability Education at Prescott College, and currently resides with her husband and cat in Durango, Colorado, where she grows and gathers a good deal of her own food and teaches and writes on sustainability issues and ideas.