Wild Law

The term ‘wild law’ was first coined by Cormac Cullinan, to refer to human laws that are consistent with Earth jurisprudence. A wild law is a law made by people to regulate human behaviour that privileges maintaining the integrity and functioning of the whole Earth community in the long term, over the interests of any species (including humans) at a particular time.

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Wild Law (book)
... Wild Law A Manifesto for Earth Justice is a book by Cormac Cullinan that proposes recognizing natural communities and ecosystems as legal persons with legal rights ... The book explains the concept of wild law, that is, human laws that are consistent with earth jurisprudence ... A group of people involved with law and indigenous peoples attended from South Africa, Britain, Colombia, Canada and the United States ...
Earth Jurisprudence - History
... A group of people involved in the law and with indigenous peoples came together from South Africa, Britain, Colombia, Canada and the United States ... of the term ‘Great Jurisprudence’ occurred with the first publication of Wild Law by Cormac Cullinan, launched at the World Summit for Sustainable Development in Cape ... UK workshop held to discuss and develop the principles of Earth jurisprudence, titled 'Wild Law Wilderness Workshop A Walking Workshop on Earth Jurisprudence' ...

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