Mar 16, 2011
Photo: Desert Photo/Flickr

What if wildlife had a day in court?

Madeline Ostrander
If a corporation has rights, such as freedom of speech, by law, is it such a stretch to extend them to a river or an orangutan?
May 18, 2010

Cochabamba: What next?

Paul Kellogg
The already storied Bolivia conference is responsible for the birth of a movement for Climate Justice. Join us in it.
May 12, 2010

Impressions from Cochabamba

Julien Lalonde
The ground-breaking World People's Conference on Climate Change in Bolivia last month was an inspiring meeting of minds and hearts.
May 12, 2010

A grassroots agenda for climate change

Activists attending the people's conference in Cochabamba, Bolivia came up with a declaration articulating a radical new approach to the issue of climate change. Ben Powless tells us how they did it.
Apr 26, 2010

From Cochabamba to Cancun...the path forward

Velcrow Ripper
The World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth is over, but the momemtum generated by this first initiative will create ripples that will continue for some time.


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