Combating Climate Change with Law: Craig Kauffman Interviewed in 1859 Magazine
Craig Kauffman, assistant professor of political science, has been interviewed in 1859 Magazine about climate change, rights of nature, and the interaction between humans and the environment within the legal arena. Consider reading the article today!
In this article, Professor Kauffman discusses the growth of environmental policy in the global battle against climate change. As one expert from a handful around the globe that serves on the Earth-Centered Law working group of the United Nations Knowledge Network on Harmony with Nature, Professor Kauffman analyzes how laws that recognize rights of nature are working within society and acts as a connection between organizations and projects for the global community.
Craig Kauffman is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Oregon and author of “Grassroots Global Governance: Local Watershed Management Experiments and the Evolution of Sustainable Development”. He is an Oregon expert in environmental politics, climate change policy, sustainable development and environmental law.