Sunday, April 02, 2006

Editors' Pick

Meet Richard Louv in a fascinating interview about how kids just don’t want to go outside anymore, and what that means about their wonder for the natural environment.
After tens of thousands of years of children playing and working primarily outdoors, the last few generations have seen such interaction with nature vanish almost entirely. The implications -- for children's physical and mental health, and for the future of environmentalism -- are immense, Louv argues.
Read the whole interview by clicking here.

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