The Rights of Nature will be present at the IUCN Congress 2021

The Rights of Nature movement is growing exponentially worldwide. Courts, legislatures, constitutions, customary laws of Indigenous communities and decisions of non-governmental organizations consciously recognize the Rights of Nature. Over the past several years, IUCN has recognized the importance of Nature’s rights by making several commitments to consider the Rights of Nature when issuing IUCN decisions,Continue Reading The Rights of Nature will be present at the IUCN Congress 2021

Press Release: Cases at the International Rights of Nature Tribunal in Bonn

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3 November 2017 Media Contact: Robert Wager (media contact) robert@endecocide.eu + 49 160 8104348 Cabot Davis (general inquiries) cabot@movementrights.org + 1 (831) 854-7634 Natalia Greene (Tribunal’s Secretariat) nati.greene@gmail.com + 593 9944-3724 PRESS RELEASE Bonn RoN Press Release – One Week Away-Nov3 Presseerklärung – Internationale Tribunal für die Rechte der Natur in Bonn,Continue Reading Press Release: Cases at the International Rights of Nature Tribunal in Bonn

Cuarto Tribunal Internacional de Derechos de la Naturaleza, Bonn, Alemania

LANZAMIENTO INMEDIATO 2 de noviembre 2017 Contacto de prensa: Robert Wager (contacto de prensa) robert@endecocide.eu + 49 160 810 4348 Natalia Greene (Secretaría del Tribunal) nati.greene@gmail.com + 593 9944-3724 BOLETÍN DE PRENSA CUARTO TRIBUNAL INTERNACIONAL DE DERECHOS DE LA NATURALEZA, BONN – ALEMANIA Boletin de Prensa- Tribunal Español BONN, Alemania – Del 6 al 17Continue Reading Cuarto Tribunal Internacional de Derechos de la Naturaleza, Bonn, Alemania

Rights of Nature Updates – October 20, 2017

The fourth International Rights of Nature Tribunal will hear cases from a new socio-ecosystem perspective, which is based on the interdependence between humans and nature. The Tribunal will hear presentation of evidence of nature’s rights violations from all over the world, and will particularly encourage presentations from indigenous communities. The current ecological crisis requires thatContinue Reading Rights of Nature Updates – October 20, 2017

First Rights of Nature Symposium: Driving Rights of Nature into Law

Opportunities, Risks, and Obstacles Friday October 27, 2017 The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF), with its International Center for the Rights of Nature, is partnering with Tulane Law School to host the Rights of Nature Symposium: Driving Rights of Nature into Law – Opportunities, Risks, and Obstacles. The Symposium will bring together key leadersContinue Reading First Rights of Nature Symposium: Driving Rights of Nature into Law

European Parliament in Brussels – Envisioning a world that considers nature’s rights

Fri, 31 Mar 2017 Envisioning a world that considers nature’s rights: An introductory discussion in Europe Press Announcement from IUCN https://www.iucn.org/news/europe/201703/envisioning-world-considers-nature%E2%80%99s-rights-introductory-discussion-europe Enhancing the value of nature can play an important role in addressing some of the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges. Acknowledging nature’s rights may be a useful tool to help  leverage nature and aidContinue Reading European Parliament in Brussels – Envisioning a world that considers nature’s rights