Wild Law and Rights of Nature Seminar – AWLA

Wild Law and Rights of Nature - Perth 2013From Australian Wild Law Alliance’s February/March 2013 Newsletter

Australia Wild Law Alliance announces the success of its Wild Law and Rights of Nature Seminar in Perth, Australia Saturday 9th February 2013.

60 people participated in the public seminar held at the Canning River Environmental Centre, Perth, on Saturday 9th February.  This was AWLA’s first visit to Western Australia, and it was a really fantastic event.  AWLA would like to thank John Gherardi, Sheryl Carmody and Jaime Yallup for their invaluable help in organising the seminar and flying AWLA’s National Convenor, Michelle Maloney, from Brisbane to Perth for the event.

A major outcome from the seminar discussions was the decision by several local people, led by Amanda Joseph, to create a new AWLA Chapter in Western Australia.  Well done Team WA! Contact details for the Chapter are set out below.
For more information about the Perth seminar, and for a link to photos from the morning, please visit AWLA’s website or click here for the Perth Seminar webpage:

Wild Law Events in Sydney this May

AWLA is very excited to be hosting three events in Sydney in early May:

** Wednesday 1st May – Evening Seminar with Transition Bondi, at Bondi Beach – “Should Mother Nature Have Rights?”
** Thursday 2nd May – Free 1 Day Workshop, “An Invitation to Explore Wild Law”, held in partnership with local environmental lawyers and academics, at Sydney University.
** Saturday 4th May – 1 Day ‘Wild Law and Art/Science Incubator’, in partnership with Tess de Quincey and Co.

For more information about these events, please visit the Events page on our website for more information:  or email