Polly Higgins – Ecocide & International Law

by on July 28, 2010      

in Environment, Law, Government, & Military

Polly Higgins

Polly Higgins

Polly Higgins is an environmental activist, barrister, and international law designer who is about introducing the paradigm of Ecocide to the international courts of the world to stop corporations from being able to get away with the destruction of our planet, its resources and hold them accountable for their actions personally. In this segment, Polly Higgins explains the personal responsibility side of environmental stewardship. We talk about many difficult and complex subjects, including governments, faulty and corrupt legislation, new consequences for committing ecocide and what a whole systems approach might bring to the overall perspective on climate and weather. Tune in as Polly Higgins shares her thoughts on making the world a better place.

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1 Rebecca Hanna July 29, 2010 at 6:47 am

There is a light at the end of the tunnel! The solution to a planetary paradigm shift regarding ecocide can be accomplished through international law and individual accountability! Yes I see it. So many brilliant points were made. I am inspired and moved. We need more conversations about environmental stewardship. Thank you Kim. Thank you Polly Higgins.

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