"We're never going to have respectful and reverential relationships with the planet - and sensible policies about what we put in the air, the soil, the water - if very young children don't begin learning about these things literally in their houses, backyards, streets and schools. We need to have human beings who are oriented that way from their earliest memories."
Concentrating On Essence: From family to community to nation and biosphere, peace on our planet depends on the power of love. An Interview With Elise Boulding, by Alan AtKisson.
The article can be found at https://www.context.org/iclib/ic26/boulding/
Elise M. Boulding is a major contributor to Peace and Conflict Studies as a sociologist with a holistic, multidisciplinary approach. She explores and explains peace as a daily process. She focuses on women and family, as well as "global civic culture," in peace processes.