We live in an extractive culture that is leading to climate catastrophe and, as a result, an epidemic of mental ill health. At the same time, those movements and other ways of knowing that would serve to highlight this threat are excluded. This has, of course, been the case for centuries, and now with the upshot of eviscerating cultures, peoples, landscapes and cosmologies.

Ours is the opposite of a healing culture. It disconnects and dominates while claiming to enrich. This means we often forget the dizzying array of skills and knowledges we have that could be applied readily to a regenerative ...


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