Raj Patel, Writer, activist and academic
Through terms like "the Anthropocene", we are told that today’s ecological catastrophe is an inevitable consequence of being human. But our fate is not written into our species. Our current trajectory of state-shift comes from a socio-ecological system that, among other things, has a central idea: that humans are separate from nature, and from animal life in particular. What, then, might it be like for us to renegotiate relationships between humans and other beings in the web of life? What would it be like to have a planet for all?
Nadja Bernhard with special guests from the fields of art, culture and media.
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Nadja Bernhard with speakers from the afternoon sessions
The 1st International Animal Welfare Summit is aimed at decision makers and stakeholders of