Resource Property Rights
Laurie A. Ristino
Vermont Law School - Center for Agriculture and Food Systems; Natural Resources & Environment Journal; Climate Law Reporter
This article discusses the potential for changing property rights during resource constrained times. The driver of climate change is shaping different sectors of property law related to natural resources and why it is important for policymakers to proactively address the need for related foundational legal frameworks. The reality of climate change and its wide-ranging impacts are irrefutable, requiring seismic shifts in how we organize ourselves in order to survive and prosper.
Keywords: Systems, Environmental Law, Natural Resources, Stephen Jay Gould, Climate Change, Ecosystem Services, Property Rights, Wind Rights, Pore Space Rightsworking papers series
Date posted: July 12, 2013
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