Race and Forest
Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Biennale Warszawa and INTERPRT invite you
Protection of the environment was not a major concern at the origins of modern international justice. In the fight against ecological impunity, what role can criminal law and an independent judiciary play in holding states and corporations accountable for environmental crimes such as the destruction of forests and climate breakdown? What methods and tools, from theory to spatial practice, activism and advocacy can help realize the demand for justice from the planet’s poor?