As the world burns The new generation of activists and the landmark legal fight against climate change
Book - 2020
"Award-winning investigative journalist Lee Van der Voo reports on Juliana v. the United States. Combining unparalleled access to the plaintiffs and reporting on the natural disasters that form an urgent backdrop to the story, van der Voo shares a timely and important story about the environment, the law, and the new generation of activists"--
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- Physical Description
- 304 pages ; 24 cm
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-289) and index.
- Main Author
- October 29, 2018: A crisis at hand, a nation consumed
- "The country that we want to live in"
- "Not a problem individuals can solve"
- "You don't have the right to tell an oil company no"
- Radical corrective streak
- The furious paper war and the direction of the nation
- Soon to be disrupted by wind and rain
- "The other side of the so-called 'end of history'"
- November 2018: Doubling down on backward
- Crashing the official narrative
- The zenith of ridiculous
- A dislocation of the soul
- "I will be with you in the streets"
- "The constitutional question of this century"
- White noise in a land that doesn't care
- November 4, 2019: Purposeful procession
- Appendix: About the youth plaintifs.