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Environmental Policies and Sustainabilities
Environmental policies and sustainabilities

Previous chapters have tended to foreground openness. I have been arguing that we need to keep open or even open up spaces for nature. There's an otherness, there are differences in the making, that we ignore at our, and their, peril. From biosecurity to companion species, there is a dance or ontological choreography that discloses worlds that are more than human. Such a call for openness is of course made partly on account of the long history of closed practice and thinking when it comes to nature. As a matter to tame, control, eradicate, bind, secure – nature has largely been left for dead. My argument in this book has been different. Spaces for nature are not pre-existing ...

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