By William E Gibson
Articles linking ecological sustainability and social justice.
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Our lifestyles have changed in lots of modest ways. Responding to the energy crunch and the high price of oil, we decided to heat with wood, since we live in a neighborhood where housing is not too dense to make this acceptable, and in a county where forests provide a sustainable yield of ﬁrewood. We are growing more of our food, doing that organically, participating in a co-op, lending equipment more freely to friends who need it, writing more letters to public ofﬁcials . . endeavoring to take the steps we can see to take.
With slow growth or no growth, however, it can no longer be pretended that a tolerable economic minimum can be achieved without a greater measure of equality. In the face of persistent poverty and inexorable ecological limits, the world no longer can afford the wasteful lifestyle of the afﬂuent. We have to face hard questions about the control and organization of resources, employment, 28 Eco-Justice—The Unﬁnished Journey productive capacity, compensation, and mechanisms for redistribution. But it is at bottom a question of value, of justice as sufﬁciency.
Intrinsic to the idea, however, is an evaluative judgment about those facts, a judgment that the reality to which they point has to be turned around. Eco-justice is the hoped-for, intended reality of a global society that more nearly embodies enduring values that always give deﬁnition, I believe, to human The Eco-Justice Perspective 29 existence. But those values now become norms formulated to give impetus and guidance to the transformation of present reality. Living by the norms for our time, we shall seek a sustainable sufﬁciency for all.