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Klaus Bosselmann, Director of the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law
This week's episode features Klaus Bosselmann, Director of the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law. During our conversation, we discuss how we find ourselves with an outdated legal construct that does not cater to the shared enforceable responsibilities of a sovereign state towards our global environment, even though the functioning of these ecological systems is vital to our survival and how recognition of the earth system as an intangible common heritage of humankind can provide the legal and institutional means to protect the earth system as a whole. It's time to take science seriously and act in accordance with the laws of nature.
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