ECO-political Context

 
the Universal Declaration on the Rights of Mother Earth

 in which it’s recorded that:

The right to live and to exist;

The right to be respected;

The right to regenerate its bio-capacity and to continue it’s vital cycles and processes free of human alteration;

The right to maintain their identity and integrity as differentiated beings, self-regulated and interrelated;

The right to water as the source of life;

The right to clean air;

The right to comprehensive health;

The right to be free of contamination and pollution, free of toxic and radioactive waste;

The right to be free of alterations or modifications of it’s genetic structure in a manner that
threatens it’s integrity or vital and healthy functioning;

The right to prompt and full restoration for violations to the rights acknowledged in this Declaration caused by human activities.

this declaration was formulated on April 22, 2010  at the World People’s Conference on Climate Change
and the Rights of Mother Earth
Cochabamba, Bolivia

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