In the arc of movements, legal rights of nature is defying the odds. In a very short amount of time since the first effort to take the concept and put it into practice emerged in 2006, legal rights of nature has become a global effort. The understanding and the drive to put nature first is no longer a way of life carried just by First Peoples, it is nearing critical mass, such that a rights of nature existence is inevitable. As movements start with the possible, often conflicting with the status quo, then with time, effort, loss, heart ache, and more effort, there is a threshold crossed where the possible surpasses the limits of the probable and becomes the new way.” Rights of Nature is a movement whose time has come.
Join us for casual conversation and discussion about the Community Rights of Nature. Every month, we’ll be at BLOC Coffee Company at 801 Mt. Hope Ave., Cincinnati on the first Saturday, from 11:30am-1:30pm. The next meeting is Saturday, February 4th. Come with questions or come to listen. Join the Facebook eventRead More
FracTracker, the project, was originally developed to investigate health concerns and data gaps surrounding western PA fracking. Today, as a non-profit organization, FracTracker Alliance supports groups across the United States, addressing pressing extraction-related concerns with a lens toward health effects and exposure risks on communities from oil and gas development. They provide timely and provocative […]Read More