Here is an interview of Mary Wood to watch instead and also a short article on Atmospheric Trust Litigation. https://billmoyers.com/episode/full-show-climate-crusade/ (Links to an external site.) https://law.stanford.edu/2017/07/05/atmospheric-trust-litigation-paving-the-way-for-a-fossil-fuel-free-world/ (Links to an external site.) Also, here is a link to a news article explaining that the Supreme Court “Stay of Proceedings” has been lifted and a new trial date is being set. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/courts_law/supreme-court-refuses-to-block-kids-climate-lawsuit-against-us-government/2018/11/02/34bd7ee6-d7af-11e8-83a2-d1c3da28d6b6_story.html?utm_term=.5164d295660d (Links to an external site.) https://www.cbsnews.com/news/juliana-versus-united-states-the-climate-change-lawsuit-that-could-stop-the-u-s-government-from-supporting-fossil-fuels-60-minutes/ (Links to an external site.) Please have a look at these and post your thoughts on: 1) What is Atmospheric Trust Litigation? How is this similar to a financial trust where a lawyer watches over an older persons assets until they are transferred to their beneficiaries when they die. Is it legal for the lawyers to spend the money in the trust? (3 pts) 2) Under this reasoning – does the government “own” the atmosphere? Or is it the natural resource heritage of this and all future generations? (2 pts) 3) So the atmosphere and all the natural resources on Earth actually do not belong to the governments! Instead, these resources have been entrusted to the governments to protect so they are available to you, your children, your grandchildren and generations yet to come. How does this make you feel about developed nations destroying your resources? If you were at the Memorial Union talk or the Youth v. Gov. rally in Eugene, it would be great if you could share your thoughts on these experiences here (2 pts) Make sure one question one paragraph.