Ecological systems don’t have problems in and of themselves. The problems are also – as I myself took it to be for a long time – not a mere problem of people’s ways of thinking and acting. The problems come into being by our intra-action with the ecological system. This means, that the system effects us in the same way that we effect the system. Taking ourselves as the sole actors in this mess is a limited way of understanding the world. This doesn’t mean that we don’t need to take responsibility for what we think and do, but it means that we need to learn to understand and to become aware how the system intra-acts with us and how to respond to this.