Property Rights in the Age of Global Warming

Mar 16, 2018 | Eminent Domain, Environmental Law, Government Affairs

This video features Jonathan Wood discussing Lucas v South Carolina, property rights, and the extent to which the government bears financial responsibility when property is lost due to floods and rising sea levels.

Jonathan Wood is an attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation’s Washington, D.C. office and litigates environmental, property rights, and constitutional law. You can read his full bio here.

The following excerpt is from ALI CLE’s Eminent Domain and Land Valuation 2018 conference. The program is available in its entirety or by sessions by visiting:

Lucas 25 Years Later: Property Rights in the Age of Global Warming from American Law Institute CLE on Vimeo.