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We are also working on themes. For example, the next major exhibition to open in September is entitled "Environmental Injustice - Indigenous Alternatives and it is entirely devoted to the point of view of indigenous peoples on the impact of environmental changes on their population and in particular on the injustices that this generates.
Does the museum necessarily have to grow, i.e. have more resources, put more money in, do more things, or does it have to be more relevant and have more impact? This does not necessarily require more resources.
Today we must make the effort to abandon the anthropocentric perspective and then try to get rid of everything that we have acquired in our education and which makes us, as human beings, feel like we are on top of a mountain, masters of the world that is at our feet, with a feeling of superiority over all the other species and everything around us.
I must have many, but the biggest one is that the character trait I mentioned to you earlier is at odds with the need for an approach that is much more participatory and puts more emphasis on teams and initiatives of other people than my own.
So really to be able to live as individuals and members of one in a harmonious relationship with nature. In short, a kind of planetary conviviality between species.
It would be utopian to go back a few centuries and return to a period of pre-colonisation. The colonisation of the world by Europe, which successively saw the development of slave plantations, the development of the coal, steel and railway industries, which enabled further colonisation. Then extractivism, the development of mining, which allowed the development of world trade to the advantage mainly of Europe and North America and which is the main cause of the destruction of both the environment and cultural diversity in the world. So the utopia would be to be able to go back in time and avoid this colonial process which is at the origin of most of the degradation of the ecosystems because this colonisation with what it brought in terms of development of production and therefore consumption, consumer goods but also food and the associated sciences, caused this demographic explosion that the earth can no longer sustain.
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