Benjamin Tinholt is a barrister with broad experience litigating civil disputes, including torts, construction, insurance, shareholder, consumer protection, human rights, commercial and trusts litigation. He has a particular interest in environmental, libel and human rights litigation. You can read his bio here and about some of his past mandates here. At the heart of Tinholts is the belief that in the coming years, environmental concerns will have an ever-growing impact on all aspects of life for both individuals and businesses. Ben has represented individuals, corporations, trustees, officers, directors, municipalities, shareholders, landlords, tenants and charities and is ideally equipped to advise governments, corporations, officers, and directors on navigating risk in the present era of environmental litigation and in the coming age of ecocide prosecution.
"[The Darwinists] claimed that only the extermination of all the weak is in accordance with nature and that it is necessary to prevent the deterioration of the race, while protection of the weak is unnatural and leads to degeneration. But what do we see? In nature itself, in the animal world, we find that the weak are protected, that they don't need to persist by their individual strength, and that they are not exterminated due to their individual weakness. And this arrangement does not weaken a group in which it is the rule, but strengthens it. The animal groups in which mutual aid is best developed maintain themselves best in the struggle for existence."
-Anton Pannekoek (1873-1960), Darwinisme en Marxisme, 1909