Last night, the Carson Center co-sponsored a discussion screening of the documentary The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement at DOK.fest Munich. The screening was followed by a discussion with directors Val Berros, Hal Crimmel, and Isaac Goeckeritz, moderated by Christof Mauch. The documentary is one of the products of a fellowship collaboration and workshop hosted by the Rachel Carson Center. If you missed yesterday’s screening, you have another chance to catch the movie this Friday, 11 May!
For more on the Rights of Nature, check out our RCC Perspectives volume, “Can Nature Have Rights? Legal and Political Insights,” which was co-edited by Berros and Anna Leah Tabios Hillebrecht.