In the News… A Call to Recognize the Southern Resident Orcas’ Inherent Rights The First Country in The World Has Given Legal Rights to Individual Wild Animals Nature Is Alive, She Has Rights In the Latest Rights of Nature Case, a Tribe Is Suing Seattle on Behalf of Salmon in the Skagit River Belgian Parliament Votes to Recognize International Crime of Ecocide 2021 Doug Walker Lecture as we explore an Indigenous perspective on Nature’s fundamental rights and the health and wellness of all. Mother Earth Doesn’t Negotiate. On the Rights of Nature w/ Pennie Opal Plant & Shannon Biggs Does Nature Have Rights? A Burgeoning Legal Movement Says Rivers, Forests and Wildlife Have Standing, Too Should rivers have the same rights as people? Rights for Rivers: Fighting for the Legal Rights of Nature Salish Sea Declared a Hope Spot in Celebration of New Marine Animal Hospital A new calf in L pod! It’s a boy! Orca gives birth off the Washington coast after losing calf in 2018 Thanatologist Kriss Kevorkian on Environmental Grief, Coping with Covid & the Importance of Laughing During a Pandemic David Suzuki: If corporations have legal rights, why not rivers? What is Eco-Anxiety & How Can You Manage It? Could Rights of Nature Laws Help Save Endangered Orcas? Should orcas have the same rights as people? Whales are People too: Could granting legal personhood save an endangered species? Ecological Grief: A Little Hope Remains Why the southern resident killer whales should have the same rights as people On Environmental Grief and the Rights of Nature Earth Day reminds us of our duty to nature, including protecting its wild creatures Why the southern resident killer whales should have the same rights as people Fighting for the Rights of Southern Resident Orcas Why the southern resident killer whales should have the same rights as people Tear down the dams: New coalition strives to enshrine rights of orcas Legal personhood for Northwest orcas? Only radical thinking may save them Humans have practically doomed the orca. We must save them via new legal protections.