The predominant approach of protecting or restoring floral and faunal life after harming, displacing, or destroying them in service of human interests does not hold much promise for nature on Earth in the age of the Anthropocene. Such approaches fail to address the ethical and political-economic cores of what tend to be presented as techno-scientific or ecological problems. If the planet is to remain home to life beyond the human, mainstream human societies need to rethink their place, role, and entitlements on Earth, and relearn to cohabit with human and nonhuman others, even in the face of risk and uncertainty.
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Research Article| November 01 2023
Nature without Conservation
Current History (2023) 122 (847): 289–294.
Krithika Srinivasan, Rosemary Collard; Nature without Conservation. Current History 1 November 2023; 122 (847): 289–294. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2023.122.847.289
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