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?
Bosnia River Action Network Advocacy (BRANA) talks to Dženan Šašić, part of the fierce local movement resisting hydroelectric development on the Doljanka River in Slovenia.
Our growing understanding of how plants interact with the environment can help us fight for Rights of Nature.
Coral reefs are facing multiple threats across the globe, but Earth Law can help save them.
Ocean Rights Manager at ELC Michelle Bender discusses Ocean Rights and the heart of the Earth Law approach.
In our increasingly urban world, wildlife corridors allowing free, safe movement for life are more important than ever.
Helen George discusses effective writing and communication techniques for Earth Law advocates.
How does Earth Law and Rights of Nature fit into the new environmental plan from U.S. Democrats?
Nature and the world’s economies are intertwined. Giving nature rights will benefit us materially as well as environmentally.
Costa Rica is a model for conservation and green political action. Is Earth Law the next step?
The Earth Law framework for marine protected areas comes to Fernando de Noronha Archipelago in Brazil.