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Follow up on some of the key themes relating to pesticides and human-environmental interactions mentioned in this website listed under the following sections.  

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"Human activity, including economic activity, is now directly and indirectly driving changes to the ecosystems and planetary processes on which we rely for health, well-being, and existence. For too long, human beings have lived, moved, consumed, and pursued health and well-being as if humankind is distinct and separate from nature rather than integral to it. The consequences of this disconnect for the natural world were graphically expressed by Rachel Carson in the 1960s …. However, developments in science and technology now reveal the true extent of the crisis, its accelerating nature, and its consequences both now and in the medium and longer term."

George Morris and Patrick Saunders. The Environment in Health and Well-being (2017, 16).

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