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If Corporations Are People, Why Not Nature?

One of New Zealand's sacred forests has been given the legal status of a person because of its cultural significance. Where's next? One of New Zealand's sacred forests has been given the legal status of a person because of its cultural significance. Where's next? In recent years, the U.S. Supreme Court has solidified the concept of corporate personhood. Following rulings in such cases as Hobby Lobby and Citizens United, U.
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