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Perpetuity, Latent Ancillary Rights, and Carbon Offsets in Global Warming Era Conservation Easements
Environmental Law Reporter (2009)
  • James L. Olmsted
Abstract
This article makes two recommendations regarding drafting global warming era conservation easements. The first recommendation addresses how conservation easements can be drafted to preserve perpetuity, a key component of conservation easements and one that is threatened by global warming caused changes on eased lands. The second recommendation focuses on how conservation easements can be drafted to create revenue by turning latent ancillary rights such as carbon sequestration into marketable carbon offsets. Similar articles by this and other authors may be found at www.landprotect.com.
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2009
Citation Information
James L. Olmsted, "Perpetuity, Latent Ancillary Rights, and Carbon Offsets in Global Warming Era Conservation Easements," Environmental Law Reporter 39 (2009): 10842-10850.