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Systemic Approaches To Inequality - B Spies-Butcher E Klein C Twomey E Cox has poor Sound GI17-11.1

Systemic Approaches To Inequality - B Spies-Butcher E Klein C Twomey E Cox has poor Sound GI17-11.1

The arrival of the climate crisis, sharply deepening inequality, the rise of the extreme right, and massively accelerating technological development make the next 25 years among the most pivotal in human history to date. If we don’t change direction dramatically, we face a future that is nasty, brutish and short. We have a very brief window to turn this around and create a society that can not only survive but thrive. Ecology teaches us that everything is connected, and that everything and everyone is better when we have connected diversity. A truly ecological politics will connect us to each other, to and within nature, and to democracy – to our own agency. It will see us all as the protagonists in our own lives, but within supportive, enabling, diverse and connected communities. Find out more at www.greeninstitute.org.au/ Edited by Behind the Lines. Some questions were not audible, and have been skipped. As a result the QnA sections may appear a bit disjointed. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/. To give attribution for this work, include this URL: www.greeninstitute.org.au/

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