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Ceanothus Silkmoth
Native South Americans integrated various Lepidoptera into their mythologies. To the Goajiro of Columbia, if a particular large, white moth is found in a bedroom it must not be mistreated for it is the spirit of an ancestor come to visit. If the moth becomes troublesome, it can be removed only with the greatest care or the spirit may take vengeance. Among the Aymara of Bolivia, a certain rare nocturnal moth was thought to be an omen of death.

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Ecopsychology is a budding discipline that recognizes the complex...

ICC and The Center for Ecopsychology have partnered with UNESCO to provide education through our Ecopsychology Training Program under The United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development Program.
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Ecopsychology Training
Ecopsychology is a budding discipline that recognizes the complex interconnection, interaction, and interdependence among living and non-living nature. This of course includes humans, as we too are nature. It is a cross-pollination among the sciences and humanities that provides a critical and necessary understanding that the well being, the flourishing of the planet and that of the human and non human world must include sustainable and mutually enhancing relationships.

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