Tag: climate disruption
What brought you to explore novel legal approaches to climate disruption?
Professor Mary Wood reflects on how she began to explore novel legal approaches to the global problem of climate disruption.
What is climate disruption?
Mary Wood is professor of environmental law at University of Oregon and originator of the atmospheric trust litigation approach put to the test in the historic climate lawsuit Juliana v. United States. Prof. Wood explains the concept of climate disruption.
Why is it important to get the courts involved in the question of climate disruption?
Julia Olson, co-founder of Our Children’s Trust, reflects on why the judiciary must get involved in the question of disruption of the climate system.