A world view for wild law (C. Tudge)

Author Colin Tudge Keywords Jurisprudence; Economic theory; Environmental law; Ethics; Psychology; Science; Social theory Abstract Argues that the introduction of “wildlaw”, law that takes the interests of the environment as its starting point, will be ineffective unless it reflects a paradigmatic shift from regarding the Earth as a resource to seeing it as something that […]

Rebalancing the system: an agenda for change (N. Baker MP)

Author Norman Baker M.P. Keywords Wild law; capitalism; economics; pollution; climate change; sustainable development; civil rights; human rights. Abstract At the time of writing Norman Baker was the Chair of All-Party Environmental Group. This article both welcomes an introduces the Cullinan legal theory of Wild Law. He recognises the devastation that humans are causing to […]

Wild Law – the theory (L. M. Warren).

Author Lynda M Warren. Keywords Wild law; governance; jurisprudence; property rights; the ‘Great Jurisprudence’; ‘Earth Jurisprudence’; legal philosophy; anthropocentrism. Abstract The paper is part of the UKELA Conference ‘Wild Law’ that was based on Cullinan’s book ‘Wild Law: a manifesto for Earth justice’. It is a critique of Cullinan’s ambitious legal philosopy regarding changing the […]

A walk on the wild side: wild law in practice (R. Lee).

Author Professor Robert Lee Keywords Human rights and the environment; Wild law; regulation; ‘Earth Governance’; ‘Earth Jurisprudence’; property rights; anthropocentrism. Abstract This piece was part of the UKELA Conference ‘Wild Law’ and is an analysis and critique of Cullinan’s book which the Conference was based upon. Citation (2006) 18(1) Environmental Law and Management, 6-10. Paper […]

Finding our way to a viable future: a response to Warren and Lee (C. Cullinan).

Author Cormac Cullinan Keywords Wild law; governance; anthropocentrism; sustainable development; property rights and laws; jurisprudence; ‘Earth Jurisprudence’ and ‘Earth Governance’; legal philosophy. Abstract This article is a response to the negative contentions from Professors Warren and Lee that were delivered at the UKELA conference (18th November 2005) that was based on his book ‘Wild law: […]