Thirteen judges meet in Peru at the International Tribunal for the Rights of Nature to hear charges of how Rights of Nature are being violated. The goal of the Tribunal is to investigate cases of possible violations according to the Universal Declaration of Rights of Mother Earth. In total, 12 cases were heard and experts and impacted people from around the world spoke as “witnesses.” Among the experts there were Casey Camp-Horinek who spoke about the negative impacts of fracking on the Ponca Nation, and Shannon Biggs, who highlighted how fracking is destroying livelihoods within the United States. Photo credit: Free source