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Photo showing a river flow among forest trees

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This Ecuadorian forest thrived amid deforestration after being granted legal rights


A cloud forest in northern Ecuador is protected from deforestation and mining after being recognised as an entity possessing legal personhood. This article features the MOTH project.

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MOTH: Pushing the Boundaries of Legal Imagination

Emergence Magazine

Who counts as a subject of rights? César Rodríguez-Garavito urges us to remember that we are embedded in a wider biosphere in which every element of the web of life has agency.

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How First Contact with Whale Civilization Could Unfold

The Atlantic

The article delves into the MOTH Project and explores Project CETI’s ambitious efforts to decipher the language of sperm whales, revealing the convergence of science, technology, and legal theory.

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