Respecting Children, Respecting Species
Saving People From Coronavirus Can Teach Us How to Do the Same for Climate Change
It is technically feasible to achieve big reductions in pollutants that are fueling the climate crisis. All that’s required is a break in economic production and human activity.
When Floods and Coronavirus Collide: Dealing With a Disaster During a Pandemic
Dr. Kristy Dahl reviews NOAA spring flooding and maps the potential collision with COVID-19
We Can Build a #FossilFree Word
Why aren’t environmental laws working?
Environmental law professor Mary Wood discusses the problem of legislators and government agencies being captured by the industries they are supposed to regulate, which has contributed significantly to the present climate change crisis.
A clarification of the public trust concept as it applies to the climate crisis
Environmental legal theorist Professor Mary Wood clarifies the public trust doctrine as it relates to the atmospheric trust litigation approach she has developed. That apprach is now being tested in U.S. federal court in the historic climate change lawsuit Juliana v. United States.
What do you see as some of the wider implications of the Juliana vs USA case?
What concerns have you about your daughter’s role as a plaintiff in Juliana vs USA?
What gives you hope that we can find a way out of today’s environmental crises?
Noam Chomsky, ‘The Human Species Has Never Faced A Question Like This’
Naomi Klein on Why Climate Change is ‘Incredibly Threatening To Our Elites’