Environmental Law (Journal of Lewis & Clark School of Law) (2015)
By Mary Christina Wood & Daniel M Galpern
Scientists have made clear that climate pollution imperils the habitability of Earth and jeopardizes the stability of human civilization, yet governments do vanishingly little to force major carbon polluters to change their ways. Irreversible tipping points loom dangerously ahead. Citizens are authorized, however, to turn to the courts when government fails.