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Climate change, ecological collapse, biodiversity loss, and species extinction are a product of our prevailing economic system. To combat the intersecting crises of our time, we need a paradigm shift in how we relate to the economy, to one another, and to our world. We must push back against the extractive logic of a system that decimates the vital life support systems of earth and instead promote alternative modes of being based on reciprocity and mutual respect. We must transform a system based on endless growth to one based on regenerative practices, rooted in ecological justice: a state of balance between communities and ecosystems based on mutually beneficial relationships and participatory self-governance. This talk will explore the ideological trends that have led to our current crises and offer solutions for addressing these issues from a grassroots organizing perspective.
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