Jay is known for bringing unconventional thinking to his work—perspectives that confront status quo assumptions, and call into question what he calls the “industrial ethics” that cause us to be separated from the earth–and from one another. From his grounding in indigenous Maori culture, he offers thought-provoking insights that “cut new grooves of understanding” about how we might live differently with our ecologies.
A Maori Ethic for Earthkeeping4 June 2021
A Maori Ethic for Earthkeeping
by Jay Matenga | Jun 4, 2021
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