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Karen Bradshaw is an expert on environmental law, wildlife advocacy and natural resources law.

Bradshaw is a professor of law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and is frequently mentioned in the mainstream media as a reliable source. Her articles have been recognized, through a peer-reviewed process, as the top articles in the field of environmental law, administrative law, land-use law and natural resources law. 

Her book, "The New Animal Rights: How Uncovering the Biological Origins of Property Can Save America's Wildlife," advocates for giving wildlife the right to own land to preserve biodiversity. 

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People and animals have always shared land. Yet law has stripped animals of their right to be on lands and landscapes, Bradshaw said. This mistake is driving biodiversity loss, which is the biggest risk to humankind. Bigger than climate change, bigger than anything else.

— Karen Bradshaw, Az Central