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Education

AELA is committed to increasing the understanding and practical implementation of Earth centred governance, with a focus on law, economics, education, ethics and the arts/culture.  To achieve this goal,  AELA runs conferences, workshops, seminars and training opportunities for people around Australia, on a range of topics that build awareness and understanding about Earth centred governance.

AELA offers:

 

Topics that can be included in workshops and courses include:

  • Earth jurisprudence, Wild Law and Rights of Nature
  • Beyond Sustainability: Earth Systems Science, Planetary Boundaries and Bioregional ecological governance
  • Cross cultural courses providing education by Indigenous people about Indigenous culture and Caring for Country
  • Unpacking and Understanding Current Laws - a course designed to help people understand why current environmental and planning laws and sustainability frameworks, are not enough to protect the living world
  • Ecological justice
  • Earth Ethics

For all inquiries, please email: education@earthlaws.org.au

 

AELA’s National Convenor, Dr Michelle Maloney, giving a workshop in Florida, USA in May 2015, on the Precautionary Principle, Earth jurisprudence and Earth laws, to university lecturers at Miami University.

AELA’s National Convenor, Dr Michelle Maloney, giving a workshop in Florida, USA in May 2015, on the Precautionary Principle, Earth jurisprudence and Earth laws, to university lecturers at Miami University.