Stop Ecocide presence & speakers at The Future is here site.
Stop Ecocide proposes “concrete solution” to climate & ecological emergency at the International Rebellion
Squiff Eye (Andy Squiff) from our ecocide creative team discusses music he has created which has been inspired by Stop Ecocude and Climate Change. In discussion with Sue Wheat Jonathan N Fuller and Spokeperson for XR Chay Harwood https://www.mixcloud.com/…/rebel-radio-takeover-humans-of-…/
find out more about Andy's music at https://soundcloud.com/squiffeye
Awesome interview with Gail Bradbrook mentions Polly Higgins and Stop Ecocide: Change the Law at around 25 mins but please watch the whole thing.
This is why, with a crime of ecocide to play for, the International Criminal Court becomes very relevant to the Pacific.
"ICC President, Prosecutor Say Court Plays Critical Role In Rules-Based International System.
The Hague, Netherland – From the 24th to the 27th of September 2019, the President of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”), Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, and ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, attended the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (“UNGA”) at the United Nations (“UN”) Headquarters in New York, to advance their respective mandates under the Court’s founding treaty, the Rome Statute.
Drawing Heads of State and Government, ministers, senior officials and civil society leaders, the annual high-level segment of the UNGA provides a key strategic platform in the margins of the Assembly for the Court’s principals to highlight the work of the ICC within their respective roles, to build support, and to draw on synergies with relevant stakeholders and actors to further the goals of the Rome Statute."
Ever wondered if something could address greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, species loss, water pollution, overfishing, industrial farming and oil spills ALL AT ONCE?
Excellent piece on Canadian radio re climate justice, Ecocide law & system change - With Brent Bambury & Jojo Mehta.
"Environmental group Stop Ecocide wants the ICC to recognize ecocide as a crime on par with genocide.
As millions of people take part in, global strikes demanding action on climate change, activist Jojo Mehta is hoping to take her message to The Hague.
Mehta co-founded Stop Ecocide, an environmental organization campaigning to get the International Criminal Court (ICC) to recognize "ecocide" as an atrocity crime alongside genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Day 6 host Brent Bambury spoke with Mehta about what that would mean for world leaders, and why she believes it could help accelerate solutions for fighting climate change"
Earth Protectors Denia, Spain