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Saturday, April 02, 2005

REVIEW: The Sanctuary website

We here at City Hippy visit a lot of 'green' websites. The second in our series of site reviews takes a good look at:

The Sanctuary - Environmental Commentary, News, and Stuff Related

The Sanctuary addresses the core issues affecting our planet. It provides more in-depth analysis and seeks to provoke thought and more reasoned debate. It's less about the surface solutions to the problems and more about an analysis of the fundamental problems themselves.

Written by an American it brings voice to the lesser-heard perspective of an American who sees the light despite living in a land of darkness.

The Sanctuary's content is sharp, timely and deeply thought-provoking. We get the feeling that this site speaks for many Americans who are being crushed under the weight of their Republican relatives.

We visit the Sanctuary a handful of times a month and we recommend you do the same.

Why? Well where City Hippy seeks to provides alternatives to solve the problems we face The Sanctuary reminds us what those problems are. It is not always easy-reading: you will need to engage your brain and also may read some unsettling truths about our world. Then again like anyone seeking recovery the first steps we need to take are those of acceptance of the problem. Only when we have understood the problem can we start to think about solutions.

The Sanctuary provides that space: it is a place to go to seek the truth and allow recovery to begin.

Perfect sunday morning reading.

City Hippy gives The Sanctuary a 4 out of 5 City Hippy rating.


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