E-serenity, now!: This is cited as the first use of the new term “information environmentalism” — something we could all probably use.
The newest polluters are not chemical manufacturers leaking toxins into the air […]
The information age, it seems, is data-contaminated. And it’s not just the volume of information that’s worrisome; it’s the lack of context in which it’s delivered.
At least that is the argument of a new and growing group of people some call “information environmentalists.” Their aim: to reclaim quiet mental space…