This essay seeks to fill a gap in the law: the conspicuous absence among commonly accepted civil and political human rights theories of any particular right that tells us where the other rights ought to exist – not the jurisdictions in which they apply, but what the physical world those other rights occupy ought to look like. In other words, what sort of environment do humans have a right to?
Recommended CitationCarter Dillard, The Primary Right, 29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 860 (2012)
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