We celebrate the fact that earlier this year, Panama joined Bolivia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, among other countries that have issued court decisions, promulgated laws or amended constitutions that recognize the legal rights of nature. We commend the Chilean people for mobilizing and drafting a new constitution that recognizes nature, and encourage them in their efforts to adopt governance models that respect animals, plants, ecosystems and people. We salute all civil society movements that remind us that all life, all ecosystems on our planet are closely linked. The overall objective of the meeting was to consolidate organizational structures and tools for the global promotion of the rights of nature and to review and promulgate an organizational constitution. GARN is neither an NGO nor a non-profit organization, but an alliance of many people working to elevate the legal status of the nature of mere property to a unit endowed with fundamental rights. We celebrate the fact that earlier this year, Panama joined Bolivia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, among other countries that have issued court decisions, promulgated laws or amended constitutions that recognize the legal rights of nature. We commend the Chilean people for mobilizing and drafting a new constitution that would recognize nature, and encourage them in their efforts to introduce governance models that show equal respect for animals, plants, ecosystems and people. We salute all civil society movements that remind us that all life and all ecosystems on our planet are intimately linked. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * The Siena Seed Declaration is a reminder of what unites us and a call to trust in the movement and the relationships we share. We welcome ongoing initiatives to restore and recognize the rights of rivers, lakes and some natural areas – such as the Muteshekau Shipu (Magpie River) in Canada and the Mar Menor in Spain – and we applaud the work of indigenous peoples to restore their customary rights and rights, such as the adoption by the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma of a new status for Ní`ska rights.

and the Ni`ží`dè rivers and other waters within their territory. Avvocato iscritto presso l`Albo Speciale degli Avvocati Cassazionisti e patrocinanti nelle giurisdizioni superiori (data iscrizione Albo Speciale 22.04.2016). We welcome ongoing initiatives to restore and recognize the rights of rivers, lakes and natural areas – such as the Muteshekau Shipu River (Elster River) in Canada and the Mar Menor River in Spain – and we applaud the work of Indigenous peoples to restore their customary rights and laws, such as the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma, which adopted a new statute for the rights of the Ní`skà and Ni`ží` rivers. and other waters within its territory. Alberto Acosta Amazonas Australian und Neuseeland Bolivian Casey Camp-Horinek CELDF Klimawandel Gemeinschaftsrechte Cormac Cullinan Erdrechtszentrum Ecuador Gaia Foundation Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature Global Exchange Harmony with Nature IEN Indigenous Environmental Network International Tribunal for the Rights of Nature Linda Sheehan Mari Margil Maude Barlow Mining Mirador Movement Rights Nati Greene Nnimmo Bassey Osprey Ear Lake Osprey Lake Orielle Pablo Solon Pennie Opal Plant Peter Burdon Rechte der Mutter Erde Rechte der Natur Rechte der Natur: Der Fall Rio+20 Shannon Biggs Thomas Linzey Tom Goldtooth Tribunal Vereinte Nationen Vandana Shiva Wild Law Women`s Earth and Climate Action Network Maturità professionale per Operatore Turistico conseguita presso l`Istituto Professionale per il Commercio “L.V. Bertarelli” di Milano nell`a.s. 1987/1988. We celebrate the fact that Panama joined Bolivia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico earlier this year, among other countries that have issued court decisions, enacted laws or amended constitutions that recognize the legal rights of nature. We commend the Chilean people for mobilizing and drafting a new constitution that would recognize nature, and encourage them in their efforts to adopt governance models that equally respect animals, plants, ecosystems and people. We salute all civil society movements that remind us that all life, all ecosystems on our planet are closely linked. You can read more about the meeting on the GARN website. Laurea in Giurisprudenza conseguita presso l`Università degli Studi di Siena il 17 luglio 2000, con una tesi in Diritto del Lavoro dal titolo « Lo sciopero nei servizi essenziali » (relatore Prof.

Bruno Fiorai). The Alliance brought together members of its Executive Committee, Hub leaders, Advisory Board members, members of the Natural Rights Tribunal and movement leaders for four days of gathering and integration. Participants included more than 60 economists, lawyers, academics, Indigenous leaders, community activists and authors from 22 countries and 4 Indigenous nations. Avvocato iscritto presso l`Ordine di Siena (data iscrizione Albo degli avvocati 18.03.2004, n. 476). A written statement adopted by participants can be read here: The Siena Seed Declaration of the GARN Global Gathering on the Rights of Nature – World Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN) Ph.D. in Banking and Financial Market Law of the University of Siena, Faculty of Economics “Richard M. Goodwin”, on July 22, 2010 with a thesis entitled “Responsibility of the intermediary in the execution on behalf of clients and in the acceptance and transmission of investment orders. Regulatory analysis and case law reconstructions nine years after the first bond defaults”. The Seed of Siena statement is a reminder of what unites us and a call to trust in the movement and the relationships we share. In the context of increasing violence against the planet and people, wars and conflicts that cause deep suffering and advance the extraction of fossil fuels, minerals and metals, empty promises from international climate and biodiversity negotiations, our declaration from the GARN Global Meeting is a call to action.

We welcome ongoing initiatives to restore and recognize the rights of certain rivers, lakes and natural areas – such as the Muteshekau Shipu (Urraca River) in Canada and the Mar Menor in Spain – and applaud the work of indigenous peoples to restore their customary rights and laws, such as the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma, which has adopted a new status for Ní`skà River Rights. Ni`ží`dè and other waters of its territory. Diploma di Traduttore ed Interprete conseguito presso « International House – Accademia Britannica » di Seregno (Monza e Brianza) nell`a.s. 1986/1987. In the context of escalating violence against the planet and peoples, wars and conflicts that cause deep suffering and promote the extraction of fossil fuels, minerals and metals, empty commitments stemming from international negotiations on climate and biodiversity, our statement from the GARN Global Gathering is a call for immediate action.