Climate Change and Engineering Liability: The First Big Case
May 17, 2013
The Katrina levee breach litigation is likely the first of an upcoming wave of geoengineering liability cases, according to Clarence W. Edwards, Professor of Law at Louisiana State University. But the theory behind the legal case is totally misconceived, he argues, and so too is our current approach to geoengineering intended to mitigate effects of climate change, in particular flooding.
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