November 2022 archive

Push to give our natural world the legal right to thrive

by Mornington Peninsula Magazine

When recently elected Deputy Mayor Debra Mar was a Mornington Peninsula Shire councillor, she noticed a rising anxiety in people as she listened to her community, particularly around the impact of development and fragmentation of native

Make ecocide an international crime and other legal ideas to help save the planet

The world has reached an acute point in the “highway to climate hell”. Talks at Cop27 barely achieved anything, despite the fact that almost one-third of Pakistan’s territory was submerged during unprecedented flooding; record heat over the summer

This movement wants to make harming the planet an international crime

The Stop Ecocide campaign aims to criminalize destroying the environment – and save our collective home in the process.

Growing up, UK environmental activist Jojo Mehta always had a deep reverence for nature. It’s something her parents instilled in her …

Nature’s Rights in Generation Ocean Learning Programme

AELA's National Convenor, Dr Michelle Maloney, has contributed to the development of a new, secondary school, learning program by The Ocean Race called Generation Ocean, with the inclusion of a section about the rights of nature.

Generation Ocean: Join