The University of Cincinnati’s continuing education program (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) has welcomed CROW for three educational sessions on Rights of Nature to date. The student population consists mostly of retirees who are looking to grow in knowledge and interest. We have interesting conversations about the need and ability of our historically colonial society to make the paradigm shift necessary to including non-human entities in legal system protections. As with the Youngstown academic group, many participants are silent. One reported “all this is just very shocking”. It is difficult to digest the extent of the systemic problems that need dismantling for citizens to protect their health, their planet and their future.
Reed Singer on the launch of a petition to amend the City of Cincinnati Charter to include Rights of Nature
April 18, 2023 | Reed Singer, Student at Ohio UniversityThis was given as a speech at Cincinnati City Hall the day CROW launched a petition to get a charter amendment on the ballot in the City of Cincinnati. Hi My name is Reed Singer, and it’s an honor to be in the presence of power, […]Read More
Rights of nature laws to protect ecosystems are increasing around the world, it is time the U.S. follows these examples; Cincinnati group shows how it can be done
Cincinnati, OHIO: CROW, Citizens for the Rights of the Ohio River Watershed, will be announcing the kick off of their Rights of the Ohio River Watershed charter amendment initiative petition campaign tomorrow, April 18 at 11:00 am on the steps of City Hall, 801 Plum St. The local group formed after doing research on Rights of […]Read More