Litigating Environmental Issues Outside of Conventional Environmental Law

Lauren Kurtz

Environmental law is typically thought of as statutory regulation and related common law doctrines—but the notions of what constitutes environmental law are shifting. As the environmental landscape has become more complicated and more contentious, so too has the legal one. One Nature journal article has described the increasingly combative legal and political scene over climate science as an emerging “street fight.”

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