- What are Rights of Nature?
- What is happening in the local/ global movement for Rights of Nature?
- How can we change our personal and cultural narrative to create an Earth-honoring society?
- How to understand Rights of Nature personally in our everyday lives
- Enter history in the making!
Global Alliance members Global Exchange and The Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus invite you to an exciting Rights of Nature seminar, the first of six seminars and trainings in building Resilient Community. Global Exchange. She recently co-authored a book, Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grass Roots (PoliPoint Press). Her current work focuses on assisting communities confronted by corporate harms to enact binding laws that place the rights of communities and nature above the claimed legal “rights” of corporations. Shannon@globalexchange.orgOsprey Orielle Lake is a lifelong advocate of environmental justice and societal transformation. She is the director of the Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus (WECC) and on the Board of Praxis Peace Institute. Her book, Uprisings for the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature,(White Cloud Press) is a 2011 Nautilus Book Award winner. In 2010, she initiated Rights of Nature into the framework of WECC’s working groups and is a member of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature.Rights of Nature WEEKEND Training Friday, September 30th (7:00-9:00 pm) & Saturday, October 1st 10:00am-5:00pmCourse discussion includes: