COP26 lists collaboration as one of its main objectives. All views are seemingly welcome. And yet environmental justice, the law-making that should speak for Indigenous people, isn’t explicitly on the table. If laws and legal action remain static, based on corporate culpability after the fact to the exclusion of motive and context, how will future environmental plunder ever be avoided?
is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, working on Indigenous Environmental Justice in Australia, Brazil and Canada. Her research areas include legal and Indigenous geographies, comparative environmental law, multispecies justice and political ecology.