The stewardship of the Creation
Commentary: Describing the underlying ethic that shapes our view of the land.
Only in a society separated from nature does ‘Rights of Nature’ make sense
Commentary: There are many ways to interpret the idea of the “rights of nature” — so many layers that most of us can forget that we are nature.
The dynamics of the ‘rights of nature’ issue
Commentary: The “rights of nature” issue is a dynamic balance among the rights of voiceless forms of life, the idea of “ownership,” the common welfare, and human happiness in nature and grief for its loss.
Using ‘rights of nature’ to correct environmental wrongs
Will the rights of nature movement, called the “fastest-growing legal movement of the twenty-first century” by U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres, find a foothold here?
Can Southern Resident killer whales have legal rights?
Ecosystem conference: Advocates are promoting ‘rights of nature’ as orca numbers dwindle.