Ethics and the Environment 23 (2):11 (2018)

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Chaone Mallory
University of Oregon
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As I am composing this piece for this special issue on the life, work, and impact on the field of ecofeminism of pathfinding philosopher Victoria Davion, as well as her incredible impact on the people whose lives she touched, I am gazing out my window in the Eastern Sierra bioregion of California. Normally the view is of the jagged, rocky profile of the Sierra Nevada mountains in sharp relief against a cerulean sky, with Mt. Whitney, which at approximately 14,800 feet makes it the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States, prominently visible. But not today, or yesterday, or for much of this summer, the summer of 2018. Instead a haze of smoke has settled over the Owens Valley, its acrid, burnt smell...
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DOI 10.2979/ethicsenviro.23.2.03
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