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New Zealand gives Mount Taranaki same legal rights as a person
by Eleanor Ainge Roy
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22 December 2017
On 22 December 2017 The Guardian reported:
Mount Taranaki in New Zealand is to be granted the same legal rights as a person, becoming the third geographic feature in the country to be granted a 'legal personality'. Eight local Māori tribes and the government will share guardianship of the sacred mountain on the west coast of the North Island, in a long-awaited acknowledgement of the indigenous people's relationship to the mountain, who view it as an ancestor and whanau, or family member.
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