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Wild Law 2nd ed (eBook)

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ISBN13: 9780857840301
Published: May 2011
Publisher: Siber Ink CC
Country of Publication: South Africa
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Wild Law weaves politics, legal theory, quantum physics and ancient wisdom into a fascinating and inspiring story about how to rediscover a viable role for the human species within the Earth community. This ground-breaking book has been seminal in inspiring the global movement to recognise rights for Nature – a movement destined to shape the 21st Century as significantly as the human rights movements shaped the 20th Century.

Wild Law reveals how the governance systems of contemporary civilisations legitimise and promote the disastrous exploitation and destruction of Earth and why an Earth-centred approach is essential to address climate change and the accelerating degradation of the ecological systems on which we depend. Cormac Cullinan explains how to begin transforming industrialized societies to ensure that the pursuit of human wellbeing enhances the beauty, health and diversity of Earth instead of diminishing it.

This revised second edition includes a new preface, postscript and the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth proclaimed on 22nd April 2010 by the People’s World Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.

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