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Wild Law - In Practice
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Notes on Contributors, Preface, Anna Grear, Editors Introduction, Michelle Maloney and Peter Burdon, Introduction, Chapter 1 'Wild Law Embodies Values for a Sustainable Future', Ian Lowe, Agency and Implementation, Chapter 2 Wild Law and the Project of Earth Democracy, Peter Burdon, Chapter 3 Wild Law from Below - Examining the Anarchists Challenge to Earth Jurisprudence, Samuel Alexander, Chapter 4 People's Sustainability treaties at Rio+20: Giving Voice to the Other, Karen Morrow, Chapter 5 The Challenges of Putting Wild Law into Practice - Reflections on the Australian Environmental Defender's Office movement, Brendan Sydes, Jurisprudential challenges, Chapter 6 Internalising Ecocentrism in Environmental Law, Brian J Preston, Chapter 7 Jurisprudential Challenges to the Protection of the Natural Environment, D E Fisher, Chapter 8 Who's Afraid of the Founding Fathers? Retelling Constitutional Law Wildly, Nicole Rogers, The Rights of Nature, Chapter 9 Decolonising Personhood, Erin Fitz-Henry, Chapter 10 Building an International Movement for the Rights of Nature, Mari Margil, Chapter 11 'Water as the Way': Achieving Well Being through 'Right Relationship' with Water, Linda Sheehan, Chapter 12 Earth Laws, Rights of Nature and Legal Pluralism, Alessandro Pelizzon, A Wild Law Perspective on Environmental Stewardship, Chapter 13 Ecological Limits, Planetary Boundaries and Earth Jurisprudence, M. Maloney, Chapter 14 Biodiversity Offsets - The Dangerous Trade in Wildlife, Brendan Grigg, Chapter 15 Carbon Pricing and Earth Jurisprudence: Will Liabilities Protect the Atmospheric Commons?, Felicity Deane, Chapter 16 Wild Law and Animal Law: Commonalities and Differences, Steven White

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Michelle Maloney is based at Griffith Law School; Peter Burdon teaches at the University of Adelaide

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