University of Queensland Law Journal
ecosystem services, climate stability
Environmental Law | Law
Through building waves of legal scholarship and litigation, a group of legal academics and practitioners is advancing a theory of the public trust doctrine styled as the “atmospheric trust.” The atmospheric trust would require the federal and state governments to regulate public and private actors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to abate climate change.
J. B. Ruhl and J. Salzman,
A Global Assessment of the Law and Policy, 39 University of Queensland Law Journal. 503
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