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International Rights of Nature Tribunal, Paris 5th Dec. 2015 – Fossil fuel extraction- presentations in English and Spanish

The third International Rights of Nature Tribunal was held concurrently with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 21) in Paris, France.


Hosted by the Global Alliance of the Rights of Nature in partnership with End Ecocide on Earth, NatureRights & Attac France, the panel of judges consisting of internationally renowned lawyers and leaders for planetary justice heard evidence and pronounced judgments


This video documentation covers 3 cases of  oil extraction in Nigeria, Canada and Ecuador.



December 2th – Table ronde : De l’ethnocide à la reconnaissance du crime d’écocide – presentations in Spanish and English with French Translation

On December 2, 2015, as part of COP1 and


«Alliance Summit of Mother Nature Guardians» a round table, chaired by Cacique Raoni for mayor of the sixth arrondissement of Paris on the theme «From the ethnocide to the recognition of the crime of ecocide»


The summit of the Alliance of Mother Nature Guardians is intended to bring together indigenous representatives and conservationists to address, from the perspective of the most vulnerable and affected populations topics related to climate change and degradation natural elements.


 The Alliance of Mother Nature Guardians lays the foundation for a new rally promoting the convergence of struggles.




 COP21 Human chain – Demonstration indigenous people 29 nov. 2015- different languages

Organisers have announced that early estimates show the global climate marches are the largest ever held, with a likely total of more than 600,000 people.


Around 570,000 people have already marched in 2,300 events in 175 countries around the world. Further marches in Vancouver, Ottawa and Mexico City are anticipated to push this number over 600,000, more than double the record set in last year’s series of marches.


All this was achieved despite the largest march, in Paris, called off due to security concerns. Instead, thousands of shoes were laid out to symbolise the missing protesters.