2023 World Wildlife Day Film Showcase

Wild Hope: Does Nature Have Rights?

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An HHMI Tangled Bank Studios and Part2 Pictures production in co-production with Wild Elements

Ecuador is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, yet its wild spaces are also among the most threatened. In 2008, the country became the first nation in the world to enshrine the “rights of nature” in its constitution—granting wild species their own legal rights to exist. Now, conservationists are putting this powerful political tool to the test, invoking those constitutional rights of nature to save areas of unique biodiversity.

WILD HOPE is a series that highlights the conservation changemakers who are sparking new hope for the future of our planet.

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