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Community Wires Recent Posts
Imascalzoneit.com: Rights of Nature
An Italian interview with CELDF’s leader of our International Center for the Rights of Nature, Mari Margil.
Invisible Hand Screening in Elizabeth, PA
A pre-screening of Invisible Hand is part of education and organizing efforts for residents in Elizabeth, PA. CELDF’s Chad Nicholson will be part of a Q&A following the film.
University of Toledo College of Law: Flipping a Legal System
Join CELDF’s Ohio organizer Tish O’Dell to explore, “How do we flip a legal system to represent people and nature instead of property and wealth?”
Lake Erie Bill of Rights
Learn more about the Lake Erie Bill of Rights at the Cleveland Boat Show. Join us!
Press Release: Karenna Gore Joins CELDF’s Board of Advisors
Karenna Gore joins CELDF’s Board of Advisors!
The Blade: Recognizing the rights of nature
CELDF’s Australian partners champion the Lake Erie Bill of Rights, understanding the Great Lake – like the Great Barrier Reef – must be recognized as having the right to exist and flourish. CELDF is working with both groups to advance those rights.
Orcas Issues: Initiative to Protect the Salish Sea Takes Shape. Does Nature Have Rights?
San Juan Islands residents in Washington work to advance the rights of the Salish Sea.
Press Release: New Hampshire Legislators to Consider Community Rights State Constitutional Amendment
New Hampshire legislators consider the NH Community Rights state constitutional amendment, with bi-partisan support from ten co-sponsors.
KNKX: ‘Rights of nature’ movement expands locally to help protect endangered orcas, Salish Sea
Communities along the Salish Sea are organizing to advance the Sea’s rights to exist and flourish, free from toxic and other harms.
Fosters.com: NH constitutional amendment for local self-governance backed by nonprofit
In this LTE, New Hampshire resident and Community Rights advocate speaks to the NH Community Rights state constitutional amendment, proposed and supported by ten legislators.