What does life on Earth owe to Old Growth Forests, and how can we protect these ecosystems?
Legally recognizing the inherent rights of the Elliott State Forest could help strengthen its protection.
Positive change starts with local communities. Be a part of the local Earth Law movement and make a real difference!
Plastic pollution on Earth is downright rampant. How can Earth Law help us reverse this trashy trend?
Learn about the unexpected importance and power of a special forest near London.
Light pollution isn’t just missing out on stargazing. It has huge effects on ecology and conservation.
See how the Earth Law movement manifests itself across the world!
Artificial light affects bats in a variety of ways. Earth Law could be a solution.
What is cryptobiotic soil, and what can we do as Earth Law advocates to protect it?
How can corporations help alleviate the environmental crisis and in what ways is corporate sustainability falling short?
Earth Law can be used as a tool to revolutionize our use of energy sources, reduce our reliance on nonrenewable energy sources, and lessen our emissions of greenhouse gases.
Insects are small but important to virtually every ecosystem on Earth. Earth Law can help address the threats facing them today.
Addressing the global water crisis will require going beyond existing solutions.
Climate change will affect subsequent generations more than us. That generation is already starting to speak up for their rights to a healthy, sustainable future.
Coral reefs across the planet are under attack. How can Earth Law help protect these vital ecosystems?
How can Earth Law combat the inhumane treatment of animals in the agricultural industry?
Sí Por La Naturaleza and ELC are partnering to protect El Salvador’s diminishing forests using a Rights of Nature framework.
A convention to legally recognize and protect the Rights of the Pacific Ocean is one way that Pacific Islanders can develop a system to adapt to, mitigate and address the root cause of climate change.
We can use a broader vision of veganism to mobilize environmentalism and the Earth Law movement more effectively.
We are all consumers, and our consumption produces waste that has negative impacts on the environment. How can we be better, more conscious consumers and create less waste?