Principle 10: what can we learn from its regional implementation through the Escazú Agreement?
The Escazú Agreement implements Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration, adapting it to the regional ci...
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Maria Antonia Tigre is the Director of Latin America for the Global Network for the Study of Human Rights and the Environment (GNHRE). Ms. Tigre is an S.JD. candidate at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. Her research focuses on the current state of global environmental crises and the development of potential new legal solutions through philosophical, religious, and legal arguments. She is the author of ‘Gaps in International Environmental Law: Toward a Global Pact for the Environment,’ published by ELI Press in 2020. ‘Gaps’ is a travaux preparatoires of a potential new agreement on environmental principles, and followed the trajectory of the Global Pact for the Environment from its inception. Ms. Tigre is the author and co-author of several publications on themes related to Latin American and international environmental law. She specifically focuses on issues concerning environmental rights and the reshaping of the existing framework of international environmental law. Originally from Brazil, she also researches environmental protection of the Amazon ecosystem, with an emphasis on regional cooperation. She is a TEDx speaker; in her talk, she argued for a regional cooperative approach for environmental protection in Amazonia.