Earth centred thinking is different to a lot of thinking that looks like Human centred thinking.
It appears that most industrialised societies are made by people to enable human development, with either very little or no consideration of how human development will affect local ecosystems, surrounding bio-regions and global Earth Systems that support life. This approach has contributed to the situation we face today – the global ecological crisis of changing climate and species loss. Our laws treat the natural world as if it is merely human property – a collection of objects for human use, also supporting and promoting infinite growth in a finite biosphere. We might need to shift from this to a more Earth centred world view, which respects, protects and nurtures the health of the interconnected Earth community. This means rethinking how we use resources, laws (for more information on laws check out ALEA - https://www.earthlaws.org.au/) we make and about our obligations to all life forms to acknowledge and support the interdependence and diversity of life.