40 people attended a 1 day interactive ‘Wild Law Incubator’ hosted by AELA and De Quincey and Co in Sydney on Saturday 4th May.
Photos from the event can be found in our Facebook photo album, by clicking here.
Artists, scientists, producers and experts from a range of different fields met to learn more about Wild Law and discuss the implications of its key ideas and themes to their own work.
Participants spoke briefly about how their work intersects with the ideas underlying Earth Jurisprudence and Wild Law, then presentations were given by Michelle Maloney, National Convenor, AELA and Michael Anderson, Indigenous Elder and Founder of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy. Participants then broke into discussion groups to explore ideas and reflect on possibilities for future projects.