The worst natural disaster to strike the developed world in modern history came upon us within the past ten years. You may instantly think of Hurricane Katrina or of the most recent disaster in Japan. But measured in terms of loss of life, neither was as serious a disaster that quietly struck Europe in 2003, […]
Author: Dan Farber
Dan Farber teaches environmental law and constitutional law University of California at Berkeley. He co-directs Berkeley’s Center for Law, Energy, and Environment, which works with stakeholders to find pragmatic solutions to environmental problems. He is also the chair of the Energy and Resources Group at Berkeley, which does interdisciplinary research and teaching about sustainability issues.
Written by Dan Farber