Claire Browning

Claire Browning is a policy analyst, former lawyer, and environmental advocate, who has worked for the Law Commission

Society
May 22, 2017

Why the 'public trust' should be at the heart of an overhaul of NZ environmental rules

The idea that we hold the atmosphere around us in trust, with a duty to protect it for future generations, is taking hold. And the debate is drawing on everything from an 18th century English jurist to contemporary activism by US peoples of colour, writes Claire Browning.

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