Yeb Saño is Greenpeace Southeast Asia’s Executive Director. In 2015 the former international climate negotiator-turned-environmentalist walked from Rome to Paris, hoping for a “miracle” that would push world leaders to strike a deal on global warming. Blessed by Pope Francis He made the 1,500 km walk with the blessings of Pope Francis. In 2016 Yeb joined Greenpeace with the firm belief that the solution to … Continue reading Yeb Saño (19 – 21 July 2019: Earth Trusteeship Forum)
Pema Rinzin (Bhutan) Pema is currently working as an Associate Lecturer in Department of Sustainable Development, College of Natural Resources, Royal University of Bhutan.Attending the CURLS program has taught me a lot. Firstly, getting to meet people from diverse cultures and of different ages and being able to share this learning journey together with all the participants was very memorable and enriching experience for me. Especially … Continue reading Why should you join CURLS 2019? III
Principle 1 Responsibilities for Earth 1.1. All human beings, individually and collectively, share responsibility to protect Nature, of which we are an integral part, the integrity of Earth’s ecological systems and Earth as a whole, home of all living beings. 1.2. Each state individually, and the international community of states collectively, acknowledge that they have, and share, responsibilities for Nature, in cooperation and in alliance with their citizens as … Continue reading The Hague Principles for a Universal Declaration on Responsibilities for Human Rights and Earth Trusteeship
Evolution of an Earth Trusteeship Initiative The Earth Trusteeship programme builds upon the legacy of Judge Christopher Weeramantry, Sri Lanka, (1926 – 2017) who was a visionary Vice President of the International Court of Justice, and co-founder of the World Future Council. Judge Weeramantry received the Right Livelihood Award in 2007. He postulated that consensus can be established among world religions and indigenous philosophies, confirming … Continue reading Evolution of Earth Trusteeship Initiative
EARTH TRUSTEESHIP In a world with overwhelming globalization, one extractive economic system dominating human behavior, and governance structures not matching the challenges of the anthropocene, humanity has to redefine citizenship, property and its relationship with Nature, including recognition of Nature Rights. New approaches of “business for the common good”, a circular economy as well as vibrant “commons” and land rights movements towards regenerative agriculture and … Continue reading What is Earth Trusteeship?
Overview Program of 5th Right Livelihood Summer School and International Forum 7 – 22 July 2019, Thailand Module 1 Chulalongkorn University (7 – 9 July) Critical academic analysis and new impulses for civil society transformation Neoliberalism and the politics of climate change Exploring the landscape of development in the 21st century –rights, equality, food, wellbeing movement etc. and post development agenda Lecture on Participatory Action … Continue reading OVERVIEW PROGRAMME OF CURLS 2019
Raúl Montenegro (Argentina) will deliver the Right Livelihood Lecture during the Earth Trusteeship Forum, 19 – 21 July 2019. Raúl received the Right Livelihood Award in 2004 “for his outstanding work with local communities and indigenous people to protect the environment and natural resources”. “If we destroy their environments and communities, we will lose the answers they have to solving our problems, and to the … Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2019: Right Livelihood Public Lecture