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Los Cedros one of the most important cases this century

Los Cedros one of the most important cases this century

Los Cedros case is one of the most important cases of this century, and could pave the way for law of the future, says Monica Feria-Tinta on the Reserva Los Cedros case at the Constitutional Court
First public hearing for landmark Rights of Nature case in Ecuador

First public hearing for landmark Rights of Nature case in Ecuador

Link to Los Cedros media pack here Lawyers, conservationists and 17 scientists shared their findings on the significance of Los Cedros Reserve and other Protected Forests at the Constitutional Court
Los Cedros court case date announced

Los Cedros court case date announced

Link to Los Cedros media pack here Landmark Rights of Nature case to be heard in Ecuador’s Constitutional Court on October 19 The outcome of this significant case to protect the Los Cedros Reserve
Cancer diagnosis for Los Cedros manager

Cancer diagnosis for Los Cedros manager

LOS CEDROS, ECUADOR — The founder and manager of Reserva Los Cedros, José DeCoux, announced this week that he has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of lymphoma cancer. He is receiving treatment
Environmental groups ask Ecuador’s highest court to protect Los Cedros

Environmental groups ask Ecuador’s highest court to protect Los Cedros

Environmental Groups Ask Ecuador\'s Highest Court to Protect Los Cedros, Enforce Constitutional ‘Rights of Nature’ Jane Goodall, 1,200 Other International Scientists Urge Mining Halt in Ecuadorian
Research breakthrough at Los Cedros

Research breakthrough at Los Cedros

Researchers have shown that dozens of species of fungi that live symbiotically within the leaves of plants are able to change their biology to decay wood; this new research provides insights into a
Jane Goodall and 1200 scientists back protection of Los Cedros Reserve

Jane Goodall and 1200 scientists back protection of Los Cedros Reserve

EO Wilson, Jane Goodall, Peter Raven, and Rosemary and Peter Grant, along with more than 1200 scientists from all over the world, have expressed their desire to see mining activities cease at Los
Los Cedros legal case could set a world precedent

Los Cedros legal case could set a world precedent

QUITO, Ecuador — In a precedent-setting move, the Constitutional Court of Ecuador, the highest court in the land, has announced it will take on the case of the threatened Los Cedros Protected Forest