PROMOTING ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY THROUGH AN ALLIANCE OF AN INDIGENOUS NATION AND ITS NEIGHBOURS: A CASE STUDY OF OPPOSITION TO INDUSTRIAL SCALE GAS DRILLING ON HAUDENOSAUNEE LAND
Author: MANNO, JACK P.
Source: Globalisation and Ecological Integrity in Science and International Law, 1 January 2011 , pp. 377-387(11)
Abstract:At the 2010 Vancouver meeting of the Global Ecological Integrity Group on which this book is based, I opened my talk with the following:Let us bring our minds together as one to greet and thank our Mother the Earth. This morning when we awoke we could see and appreciate that the earth continues to perform her duties as given by the Creator. The waters flowed. The plants soaked up the light. The trees breathed. The critters did what critters do. The birds sang. The breezes rustled. The sun warmed. The moon tugged at the sea. The stars guided. And Creation at this place was fully alive as we came together as the Global Ecological Integrity Group to notice and give greetings and thanks, love and respect to our Mother the Earth.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2011-01-01
- Globalisation and Ecological Integrity in Science and International Law
This volume returns to one of the major themes of the Global Ecological Integrity Group: the interface between integrity as a scientific concept and a number of important issues in ethics, international law and public health. The main scholars who have worked on these topics over the years return to re-examine these dimensions from the viewpoint of global governance.
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