A commitment to sustainability ensures that my practice includes the explicit goal of supporting not just social justice, but ecological justice. It means I work with multispecies, not just the human species. It means I work globally in relation to the local. This requires an engagement with the interconnectivity and interdependence which characterises all things on this earth.

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