- By Shannon Biggs

The Rights of Nature: The Case for a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth

  • Title: The Rights of Nature: The Case for a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth
  • Author: Shannon Biggs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Rights of Nature The Case for a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth On Earth Day Global Exchange released a new book that explores these questions and Co developed by Global Exchange Council of Canadians and Fundacion Pachamama the book titled Rights of Nature

    On Earth Day, 2011 Global Exchange released a new book that explores these questions and Co developed by Global Exchange, Council of Canadians and Fundacion Pachamama, the book titled Rights of Nature Making a Case for the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth, begins to reveal the path of a movement that is driving the cultural and legal shift that isOn Earth Day, 2011 Global Exchange released a new book that explores these questions and Co developed by Global Exchange, Council of Canadians and Fundacion Pachamama, the book titled Rights of Nature Making a Case for the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth, begins to reveal the path of a movement that is driving the cultural and legal shift that is necessary to transform our human relationship with nature away from being property based and towards a rights based model of balance.The book gathers the unique wisdom of indigenous cultures, scientists, environmental activists, lawyers, and small farmers in order to make a case for how and why humans must work to change our current structures of law to recognize that nature has inherent rights.

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