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Climate change is a human issue, but we are also fundamentally intertwined with the non-human world such as animals, plants, and the inanimate, which support our livelihoods and wellbeing. This means that it is important that we focus on our relationships with the environment and ensure there is justice and respect in these connections too. For example, farming is not just an economic activity, but is deeply rooted in histories, culture, science, environmental relations, religion and spirituality. To understand that the climate crisis is a human crisis we must look to the way humans interact and exist in a reciprocal, interconnected relationship with the non-human world.

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