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Legal Ecologies of Climate Change: How Farmers are Advancing Environmental Justice in the German Courts

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Should Volkswagen be held partially liable for creating a climate that hurts farmers?

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The Unnatural Legal Geographies of the Current US ‘Megadrought’

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Extreme drought is ravaging much of the Western United States as water reservoirs and snowpack decline to dangerous levels. As panicked water managers seek immediate solutions to the impending crisis, the current “megadrought” also raises an important but often ignored question: what role does law play in creating and exacerbating unequal access to shrinking water resources?