Project Report:
Atmospheric Trust Campaign
Purpose
- Explores and develops market-based solutions.

Summary

We provide strategic legal services to youth from diverse backgrounds to secure their legal rights to a safe climate. We work to protect the Earth’s climate system for present and future generations by representing these young people in global legal efforts to secure the legal right to a healthy atmosphere and stable climate. We support these youth in the third branch of government in a strategic legal campaign that includes targeted media, education, and public engagement work to support the legal actions. Our legal work – guided by constitutional, public trust, human rights laws and the laws of nature – aims to ensure systemic and science-based climate recovery planning and remedies at federal, state, and global levels. specifically in the form of systemic science-based Climate Recovery Plans and policies that will reduce atmospheric CO2 concentrations to below 350 parts per million before the year 2100: the scientific prescription for climate stabilization.

Purpose

We support a network of youth, scientists, economists and experts from multiple disciplines, to bring about macro governmental action at the federal, state, and global domestic levels that drives systemic market incentives and public policy to place our society on a scientific prescription for atmospheric health, climate stability and ocean de-acidification.

Scope

The scope of our work is global. We support youth, legal counsel, experts and partners in multiple states in the U.S., and in several other nations, in related legal actions and public education efforts, all geared toward achieving systemic market incentives and public policies necessary to mitigate the climate crisis.

  Related Organizations
Our Children's Trust  


Address
P.O. Box 5181
1216 Lincoln Street
Eugene, OR 97401



Phone
(619) 316-6360

Contacts


Lou Helmuth
Deputy Director, Our Children's Trust

Posted 2/7/2020 11:45 PM
Updated   6/26/2020 9:58 PM

  • Nonprofit


 
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