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Applying the Pennsylvania Environmental Rights Amendment Meaningfully to Climate Disruption

Argues that, in light of the threats that climate disruption poses to Pennsylvania’s public natural resources, the text of the Environmental Rights Amendment and the principles articulated in those cases, a stable climate (a climate that has not been disrupted by anthropogenic emissions of GHGs) should be considered protected by the rights provided by the ERA, and the public trust and trustee duties it creates.
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https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3141354


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