A Look at Mining
Chapter 9: The lens of ecological law: three core principles
This chapter presents the lens of ecological law as a tool crafted to critique current laws and identify the major affinities and inconsistencies with ecological law. It articulates the three interconnected principles of ecological law that form the lens of ecological law: ecocentrism, ecological primacy, and ecological justice.
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