Indentifying and Protecting Wildlife Corridors

Case could establish foothold for rights of nature in American courts, say activists

Source: First-of-its-Kind Lawsuit Seeks Legal Rights for the Colorado River | Latest News | Earth Island Journal | Earth Island Institute

and without the rights of nature, where are we? This article is about the future of humanity. I think it rests on recognizing the legal rights of “non-humans”. Corporations are legally considered “persons”, so why not extend that legal protection, respect, and standing to all living and “non-living” things?

Additionally, we keep discovering that the things we can’t see, the immaterial, the “dark matter/energy”, the intangible, actually are, in their glorious way beyond words, are what really make up the vast majority of reality.

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