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University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


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Sakshi Aravind is a PhD student in the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge. Her thesis focuses on Indigenous environmental litigation in Australia, Brazil and Canada and the legal framing of environmental justice in courts. Her research areas include legal and Indigenous geographies, legal anthropology, comparative environmental law, constitutional law and political ecology.

Source: https://arena.org.au/arena-author/sakshi-aravind/

Referenced Content

'No man wanted to do it': The woman fighting to save Brazil's Amazon from illegal loggers – video

Ian Cheibub, Christopher Cherry Marina Costa Katie Lamborn Charlie Phillips
The Guardian
November 9, 2021

The Moral, Legal & Political Status of Humans and Non-Humans | Sakshi Aravind

This paper was presented at ‘The moral, legal & political status of humans, animals and the environment’ symposium, part of the Thinking and Enacting Justice in a Multispecies World symposia series, held at the University of Sydney 12 – 20 June 2019.