If nature has rights, who legitimately defends them?If nature has rights, who legitimately defends them?

Who speaks for nature’s rights? The question needs careful consideration, or we risk in protecting nature to further disenfranchise the already marginalized.

Who speaks for nature’s rights? The question needs careful consideration, or we risk in protecting nature to further disenfranchise the already marginalized.

By: Arpitha Kodiveri
March 21, 2019
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