Readership: General audiences interested in environmental issues; environmental/conservation lawyers, policymakers, professors, academics, and students; journalists; legislators;
environmental and human rights activists; law professors and students; liberal arts professors and students (philosophy, ethics, etc.); political science academics/students; undergraduate liberal arts colleges; researchers at think tanks; public libraries.
Christopher D. Stone, J. Thomas McCarthy Trustee Chair in Law, University of Southern California School of Law
Christopher D. Stone is J. Thomas McCarthy Trustee Chair in Law at the University of Southern California School of Law. A leading advocate for the environment, he has written for Harper's, The New York Times, The Nation, Boston Globe, and Los Angeles Times.
Introduction: Trees at Thirty-Five
Should Trees Have Standing? Toward Legal Rights for Natural Objects
Does the Climate Have Standing?
Agriculture and the Environment: Challenges for the New Millennium
Can the Oceans Be Harbored? A Four Step Plan for the 21st Century
Should We Establish a Guardian for Future Generations?
Reflections on "Sustainable Development"
How to Heal the Planet
Is Environmentalism Dead?
Epilogue: Trees Revisited