Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development
Living sustainably evokes ideas of lived, bodily engagement with and perception of the earth. Yet, modern ways of thinking and speaking have slowly alienated the earth from consciousness. Using phenomenological methods, the author examines the experience of living sustainably, exploring her own background and the idea of restoring the earth to consciousness, before examining the lives of two students dedicated to living sustainably. Components of upholding the earth, in-volving humanity, perceiving differences in studying and embodying sustainability, and engaging in choices fill the experience of living sustainably.
Original Publication Information
Buckley, Jessica Belue. "Re-storing the Earth: A Phenomenological Study of Living Sustainably." 2013. Phenomenology & Practice, 7(2): 19-40.
Buckley, Jessica B., "Re-storing the Earth: A Phenomenological Study of Living Sustainably" (2013). Faculty Scholarship. 422.