The University of New Hampshire Law Review


[Excerpt] "The skies, soil, and water of every state are polluted every day. Whether the pollutants enter the atmos phere from coal plants or the water-ways from large farms, materials a bnormal to the “natural” environment are regularly emitted by a variety of sources over wide regions of the nation. To some extent, such emissions are normal and acceptable activities in modern society."

Repository Citation

Paul Homer, Indivisible Injury Negligence and Nuisance Cases – Proving Causation Among Multiple-Source Polluters: A State-by-State Survey of the Law for New England, and a Proposal for a New Causation Framework, 3 Pierce L. Rev. 75 (2004), available at http://scholars.unh.edu/unh_lr/vol3/iss1/6