This chapter explores the legislative changes among polities, particularly of the global south such as Bolivia, which has passed laws granting rights to nature, but also in other nations. A huge, global transition to renewable energies is underfoot, coming in a variety of forms. Legislative changes such as those carried out in Bolivia in 2010 reflect a potential transition towards a different social relationship with nature and energy informed by indigenous cultures, a view analysed and advocated by a number of environmental scientists. The rise of global governance frameworks, such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement, which signifies the growing influence of global governance in disseminating new environmental norms and socializing states to direct their conduct towards a commonly shared goal. The chapter discusses the emergence of new frameworks of development such as open-source technologies which focus on ‘democratizing’ as opposed to ‘capitalizing’ technology for quicker deployment and advancement.