Poets, scientists and shamans have long warned that our mistreatment of our living planet and of one another are two sides of the same disastrous coin.

From these isolated voices at the start of industrialisation, vast social movements have emerged to contest ecological destruction and social injustice, joining Indigenous peoples who have been resisting exploitation for over 500 years.

Building and sustaining this resistance relies on the power of resilience, the ability to spring back, to rebound after the shocks and damages inflicted by colonialism, capitalism and their progeny climate ...


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