Arpitha Kodiveri is a Doctoral Researcher at the European University Institute where she works at the intersection of business, human rights and the environment in India. She tweets @arpithakodiveriEspanol |
The promises and challenges of climate change litigation in India
As India surges forward with an aggressive development agenda, the judiciary’s involvement in climate change litigation is viewed by many as an obstacle to speedy ...
Marching against India’s discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Act
Demonstrators across India protested a new Act that prohibits certain religions from citizenship while fast-tracking others.
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.