Tag: environmental law

Student Research: Environmental (In)justice – The Case of Chevron-Texaco in Ecuador

By Camila Cabrera Ecuador, a small country located on the equator, bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west, traversed by the Andes mountain range, and covered by part of the Amazon rainforest in the east, is one of the most biodiverse countries in…

Doktorandentag 2016

By Anja Rieser and Ivan Vilovic With topics ranging from earthquakes to the League of Nations, greenhouse gases to photography, in fields as diverse as politics, law, geography, and art, the doctoral students at the Rachel Carson Center are a truly interdisciplinary group. On…

Worldview: Berta Cáceres

“Let Us Wake Up, Humankind! Justice for Berta Cáceres and for All Environmental Activists Killed around the World” By María Valeria Berros In our worldview, we are beings who come from the Earth, from the water, and from corn. The Lenca people are ancestral guardians…

Worldview: Legal Implications of Environmental Risks

In this special feature, Professor Harald Koch discusses the legal implications of environmental disasters.