The Land Ethic

Aldo Leopold

In his most famous essay, Leopold explains our relationship with the land, with the world, with life itself, and points at our blind acquiescence to the neo-classical economic paradigm. He offers a litmus test for the right use of land, a statement that has become his most oft-quoted, and tells us how to conduct ourselves as individuals and as a society.

Read “The Land Ethic” in A Sand County Almanac

Categories: This Land -- Abbey, Carson, and Leopold

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