Two years ago the Ojibwe tribe granted wild rice the “right to exist,” which could be said to be a synonym for a right to life.
If either or both of these radical proposals become law, human thriving and economic prosperity will be brought to a screeching halt.
Environmental scientists warn frequently that the world is drowning in plastic. Here is some unexpected good news.
The activists are right about one thing. Rights of nature would be far more effective in impeding development and extracting wealth from the land than the current system.
Environmentalism is growing increasingly anti-capitalist and anti-human.