"Marked by a "double fracture, colonial and environmental," the modern era created a "colonial way of living" and an "Earth without people," says Malcom Ferdinand. On one side, there is a dominant population, that of the West. On the other, there are dominated populations, considered to be too numerous and exploitable.

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This separation between the "zone of being" and the "zone of nonbeing" remains in place today through the global economy of extraction, of intensive monocultures and ecocides, leading to spatial injustices: We exploit both the land and the people for the sake of consumerism and pleasure somewhere far away."

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