A Constitutional Amendment for the Environment

Given our imminent turn to a more conservative Supreme Court, and
Given the skepticism that our conservative justices have shown about the constitutional footing of even the most necessary environmental regulation, and
Given the urgency of the climate crisis and widespread ecological collapse,

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David is an environmental philosopher who teaches at Western Carolina University in the southern Appalachian mountains.

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David is an environmental philosopher who teaches at Western Carolina University in the southern Appalachian mountains.

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