When Seeing the World As Alive Is Called Madness

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How silent observations and deep kinship with the non-human world aids in the understanding of ecological and Indigenous grief and ancestral ties. This text is an extract from the book Nature is a Human Right: Why We’re Fighting for Green in a Grey World, edited by Ellen Miles, published by DK.

Content warning – this feature discusses attempted suicide.

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