Rights of Nature: an effective tool in mining resistance
A joint webinar on how the Rights of Nature legal movement might practically help communities harmed by mining in their struggles.
Rights of Nature (recognition that all life has equal right to exist, thrive and evolve) is the fastest-growing legal and ethical movement in the world. So how can it practically help mining-affected human & Nature communities in their struggles for the ecological justice?
Join us for an online conversation with Ecuadorean activist Carlos Zorrilla and lawyer Sue Willman of Kings College Legal Clinic, who will share frontline and legal experiences of using Rights of Nature ethics, tools and approaches to stop and disrupt destructive mining projects.
This is the first in a series of conversations that will showcase and help develop practical Rights of Nature tools to support communities resisting extractive ecocides. The series is organised as part of the Rights of Nature and Mining project of Earth Thrive and London Mining Network.