The name of this site is taken from a poem by Dylan Thomas. It is also the title of a collection of environmental philosophy readings. The name is intended to suggest dynamic organic growth and the idea of combining ideas to create something positive and new.
The site is designed, written and maintained by Adrian Harris, a PhD researcher with a background in environmental work and a strong interest in environmental philosophy. My own thinking on the subject is included in the Eco-spirituality section.
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Using this system, a reference to The Green Fuse home page would be:
Harris, Adrian. "The Green Fuse for environmental
philosophy, deep ecology, social ecology, eco-feminism, earth-centered
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The force that through the green fuse drives the
The force that drives the water through the rocks
The hand that whirls the water in the pool
The lips of time leech to the fountain head;
And I am dumb to tell the lover's tomb
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the green fuse - bringing philosophy to life