Environmental Sustainability and Global Health Law: The Case Study of Globalizing Artifical Photosynthesis
The reality of anthropogenic climate change and its adverse global health and environmental impacts, biodiversity loss, pollution, and interference with the bio-chemical boundaries for safe occupation of the planet, highlight the importance of considering global human health and its governance in close connection with that of our biosphere. Yet jurisprudence related to global health remains fundamentally anthropocentric. Distributive justice and respect for human dignity, for example, are...[Show more]
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