The Eco Jurisprudence Monitor (EJM) is an interactive tool that allows users to identify Earth-centered laws and legal initiatives within an international repository.
The data is provided “as is”, and the EJM project team makes no representations or warranties with respect to the data, whether express or implied, in relation to the data and expressly disclaims any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Furthermore, the EJM Site and the Content are provided on an “as is” basis. Specifically, the EJM makes no representations or warranties about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, currentness, or timeliness of the Content, laws, text, graphics, links, or communications provided on or through the use of the EJM Site.
The laws identified on the Site do not supplant the authority of jurisdictions or create any new legal authorities.
Any mapped data does not represent or intend to represent official or legal boundaries of any jurisdiction. To learn about definitive boundaries, inclusive of Indigenous Peoples, contact the localities or jurisdictions in question.
None of the EJM project team, its officials, employees, representatives or successors will be responsible for errors or omissions in the Information, nor for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential damages, no matter how they are caused, that you may suffer by reason of your possession, access to, or use of the data.
Lastly, the absence of data does not indicate the absence of Earth laws or legal initiatives. If you find any errors or omissions, please report them to email@example.com.
Indigenous Data Ethics:
The EJM follows the Global Indigenous Data Alliance CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance. The CARE principles recognize Indigenous Peoples’ rights to data governance protected under international law and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The CARE Principles acknowledge the importance of collective benefit, authority to control, responsibility, and ethics for the governance of Indigenous data.
- The CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance can be downloaded here in summary or full
- The CARE Principles in Spanish – CREA para la Gobernanza de Datos Indigenas
- The CARE Principles in Vietnamese – Các nguyên tắc CARE đối với quản trị dữ liệu bản địa
According to the Global Indigenous Data Alliance,
“The CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance are people and purpose-oriented, reflecting the crucial role of data in advancing Indigenous innovation and self-determination. These principles complement the existing FAIR principles encouraging open and other data movements to consider both people and purpose in their advocacy and pursuits” (2022).
FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship can be accessed here.
Following the #BeFAIRandCARE principles some data on EJM may not be publicly available for direct download to respect the requests of Indigenous data contributors. Please contact the EJM project staff at firstname.lastname@example.org to request access.