Climate and Nature

What is Ecocide and can it be prosecuted by the International Criminal Court?

Defining crimes against the environment could help solve the climate crisis. Image: Unsplash/Tingey Injury Law Firm

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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The panelists’ signatures on the proposed ecocide definition. Image: Stop Ecocide

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People, plants and animals are suffering from ecocide. Image: UN Sustainable Development Goals Report 2020
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