MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Natalia Pacheco

Natalia Pacheco is an independent consultant and researcher with ten years of experience in multilateralism, climate change and human rights. She holds a PhD Degree in Social Sciences with a mention in Geography from the University of Geneva. In her PhD thesis, Natalia proposed a framework to assess equity and social safeguards in the provisions […]

Should trees have standing: 40 years on? (A. Grear)

Author Anna Grear Keywords GNHRE, Christopher Stone, trees, philosophical engagements Abstract When Professor Philippe Sands suggested over lunch at the formal public launch conference for the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment and the Global Network for the Study of Human Rights and the Environment (GNHRE) in Bristol, in June 2010, that we should […]

Human Rights and the Environment: In Search of a New Relationship (A Grear)

Editor Anna Grear Keywords GNHRE, human rights, environment, philosophy, legal doctrine, policy, praxis, activism, new framework for human rights and the environment Abstract This collection of papers searches for a new framework for conceptualising the complex nexus between human rights and the environment. Drawing together philosophy, legal doctrine, policy, praxis and activism, the papers reflect […]

Human Rights and the Environment: in Search of a New Relationship: Editor’s Introduction (A Grear)

Author Anna Grear Keywords Human rights, environment, new relationship, philosophy, legal doctrine, policy, praxis, activism, GNHRE, Onati Abstract The 2012 Onati Workshop, ‘Human Rights and the Environment: In Search of a New Relationship’, began to trace out a new, imaginative and paradigm-challenging framework calling on philosophy, legal doctrine, policy, praxis and activism and drawing them […]