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The Politics of Rights of Nature by Craig M. Kauffman and Pamela L. Martin
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The Politics of Rights of Nature

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The Politics of Rights of Nature by Craig M. Kauffman and Pamela L. Martin
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Aug 17, 2021 | ISBN 9780262542920

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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgements
1 Rights of Nature for 2030 and Beyond
2 Network and Norm Construction at the Global Level
3 Windows of Opportunity, Multiple Paths, and Rival Models
4 The Evolution of Rights of Nature Through Ecuadorian Courts
5 What Happened to Bolivia?
6 Managing People for the Benefit of the Land in New Zealand
7 Experimentation and Adaptation at the Local Level in the U.S.
8 Evolution of the Legal Personhood Model Through the Courts
Conclusion: Earth Jurisprudence for a Sustainable Future for All
Notes
References
Index

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