The fourth International Rights of Nature Tribunal will hear cases from a new socio-ecosystem perspective, which is based on the interdependence between humans and nature. The Tribunal will hear presentation of evidence of nature’s rights violations from all over the world, and will particularly encourage presentations from indigenous communities.
The current ecological crisis requires that we transform our international and domestic legal systems to nurture the Earth Community, rather than allow its destruction. The International Rights of Nature Tribunal is a unique, citizen-created initiative that gives people from all around the world the opportunity to testify publicly as to the destruction of the Earth. The Tribunal provides a systemic alternative to environmental protection, acknowledging that ecosystems have the right to exist, persist, maintain and regenerate their vital cycles, with legal standing in a court of law. An esteemed panel of international Tribunal judges will make recommendations for Earth’s protection and restoration.
Featuring cases on:
Climate change – false energy solutions • Financialization of Nature • Water rights in Madrid • Defenders of Mother Earth • Lignite Mining in Germany • Amazon threats (Ecuador, Brazil, Bolivia-Tipnis and French Guyana) • NAFTA’s implication on Nature
Please Register now!
For more information and upcoming registration details, see http://therightsofnature.org/.
November 7th – 8th 2017 – 8am- 7 pm
LVR-Landesmuseum Bonn, Colmantstr. 14-16, 53115 Bonn