Learn about the power of volunteering and some of the people that help shape Earth Law Center.
The fight for nature’s rights in the Balkans and why we need to save the Blue Heart of Europe.
How Earth Law can help protect Indonesia’s forests from the Palm Oil industry.
Protecting a natural spring from urban development, and discussing its significance to people and nature.
Understanding the power and importance of language for the people, cultures, and movements like Earth Law that make up our planet.
Miklós Antal, an ecological economist, discusses how human consumption is affecting Earth’s future.
Rights of Nature has taken root in the Philippines. ELC and Philippines Earth Justice Center are exploring how to advance the movement and incorporate the Earth Law Framework for Marine Protected Areas.
ELC speaks with the leaders of Centre Juridique International des Droits de la Nature about their initiative seeking rights recognition for the St. Lawrence River.
The case for animal rights, the evolution of the legal movement, and how Earth Law embraces a worldview that values and protects all species.
ELC is working with Notres Affaires a Tous to uncover and restore La Bievre River in France, as well as seek rights recognition for this urban river.
Earth Law Center leaders discuss the social and environmental history of Seneca Lake, and how establishing rights for the lake can restore its ecosystems.
Earth Law Center and Philippines Earth Justice Center partner to advance the Rights of Nature movement, and integrate Earth Law concepts into their existing conservation efforts.
Earth Law Center and other local partners are working to establish rights of nature for the Boulder Creek Watershed.
ELC & partners are seeking rights recognition for the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whale population and the Salish Sea. Learn more about orcas and the threats to their survival.
Earth Law Center and Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum seek legal rights based on Earth Law principles for the Pakistani Indus River.
Human psychological well-being is intimately connected to the collective health of all life on Earth.
Indigenous communities around the world are fighting to protect their rights and the rights of nature.
The Town of Crestone joins the international community of towns, cities, nations and peoples that recognize the inherent rights of nature.
The Native Tnglit people of Southeastern Alaska depends on local ecosystems for their diets and livelihoods. They have created a coalition to protect their environment from damage by commercial activity.
ELC is working with International Rivers and Réseau International des Droits Humains (RIDH) on a case involving environmental damages from a dam on the Anchicayá River in Colombia.