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"When we look at all the damage we've inflicted, it is easy to believe the Earth has been broken, the land is broken; but it is our relationship with the land that's broken and we have the power to change that.  We can choose to consume with honor from the Earth. We can choose to consume less. We can choose to understand the world as a gift and respond accordingly.  — Robin Wall Kimmerer, biologist and member of the Potawatomi Nation"

"When we look at all the damage we've inflicted, it is easy to believe the Earth has been broken, the land is broken; but it is our relationship with the land that's broken and we have the power to change that. We can choose to consume with honor from the Earth. We can choose to consume less. We can choose to understand the world as a gift and respond accordingly. — Robin Wall Kimmerer, biologist and member of the Potawatomi Nation"

Water Buffalo grazing in a flooded rice field, Siem Reap, Cambodia.  Photo: Rick Piper Photography

Water Buffalo grazing in a flooded rice field, Siem Reap, Cambodia. Photo: Rick Piper Photography

WATER BUFFALO, MYANMAR (BURMA). nr Heho. Boy sleeping on water buffalo s back.CDREF00131 This photograph is one of the pictures submitted to the United Nations Environment Programme competition, Focus on Your World. They are available to UN agencies and UN projects that promote awareness of environment and development issues. Hard Rain Project does not licence pictures in this collection to publishers.

WATER BUFFALO, MYANMAR (BURMA). nr Heho. Boy sleeping on water buffalo s back.CDREF00131 This photograph is one of the pictures submitted to the United Nations Environment Programme competition, Focus on Your World. They are available to UN agencies and UN projects that promote awareness of environment and development issues. Hard Rain Project does not licence pictures in this collection to publishers.

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