Henrik Hallgren: Earth Rights – A Trickster in the System #33
Can Nature have rights? We speak with ecopsychologist and Earth Rights activist Henrik Hallgren about the fascinating introduction of a trickster in the legal system, the concept that everything on Earth, from animals to rivers to entire ecosystems, have subjective rights.
A new paradigm is emerging relating to the ideas of whether we can own the world or whether we are but one of many subjectivities in an interconnected whole, potentially changing our consciousness in the process.
Come and listen to the Law. The Law of the Land.
The Tree That Owns Itself
Mar menor salt lagoon
Big Bill Neidjie
Torgrim Mellum Stene’s book Brittle one
Forsaringen – Sweden’s oldest written law