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Biosecurity, Investor-State Dispute Settlement and Corporatogenic Climate Change: A Challenge for Australian Public Health Regulation and Human Rights

Campbell, Jodie; Law, Christopher; Durant, Sam; Faunce, Thomas


It is a politically controversial but by no means scientifically contentious hypothesis that many of the root causes of contemporary climate change emerge from the profit-seeking activities of multinational corporations – for instance in the oil, coal, deforestation and livestock industries. Contemporary corporatogenic warming of the climate is recognised scientifically as not only having tragic environmental consequences, but also creating significant biosecurity risks. Using the 2008 Dengue...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019
Type: Journal article
Source: Global Biosecurity
DOI: 10.31646/gbio.1
Access Rights: Open Access


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