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|Title:||Property, negligence, and the intergenerational inequity of climate change|
|Citation:||Alternative Law Journal, 2016; 41(3):179-182|
|Abstract:||The recent decision of the United States District Court in Kelsey Cascade Rose Juliana et al v The United States of America¹ (‘Kelsey’) denied a motion to dismiss a suit brought on the basis of damages for future harms, suggesting that the law could be capable of developing in a novel way to allow claims on the basis of future harm from climate change. This article addresses the way in which such future harm may be conceived as part of a negligence claim, grounded in private property rights afforded by government.|
|Rights:||© 2016 Paul Babie|
|Appears in Collections:||Law publications|
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