What silent spring did for our perception of the environment natures trust should do for our perception of environmental protection thoroughly researched and beautifully written this book calls for a revolution in environmental policy and law now before it is too late. The publication of natures trustenvironmental law for a new ecological age by professor mary christina wood is the highest landmark to date on the trail to achieve environmental protection. In face of global ecological crisis and accelerating climate change what can ordinary citizens do wood urges a revolutionary legal approach to hold governm. Environmental law has failed us all this book exposes what is wrong with environmental law and offers transformational change based on the public trust doctrine. On this call mary wood professor at the university of oregon school of law and founding director of its environmental natural resources law program discussed her new book natures trust environmental law for a new ecological age
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