The Rights of Mother Earth: A Nation Grants Legal Personhood To Nature

“We are many sets of eyes staring out at each other from the same living body”

Gavin Lamb, PhD
Nov 19, 2020 · 4 min read
Laguna Colorada, Bolivia, Photo by Valeria Dubrowina on Unsplash

Nature as a legal subject

Bolivian girl with baby Llama in Isla Del Sol, Bolivia. Photo by Alex Azabache on Unsplash

The Law of the Rights of Mother Earth

Locals on Lake Titicaca, Bolivia. Photo by Amy Rollo on Unsplash

Wild Ones

Inspiring, creative and educational ideas in environmental writing and communication

Gavin Lamb, PhD

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I’m a researcher and writer in ecolinguistics and environmental communication. Get my weekly digest of nature writing ideas/tools: https://wildones.substack.com

Wild Ones

Inspiring, creative and educational ideas in environmental writing and communication

Gavin Lamb, PhD

Written by

I’m a researcher and writer in ecolinguistics and environmental communication. Get my weekly digest of nature writing ideas/tools: https://wildones.substack.com

Wild Ones

Inspiring, creative and educational ideas in environmental writing and communication

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