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Tag: climate justice

Trial date set for groundbreaking kids’ climate lawsuit

"It is a relief to see that the Court understands how imperative it is to get this trial underway as soon as possible, despite all of the delay tactics the U.S. government continues to try to use."

15 state AGs sue EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt for not enforcing...

“Over and over again, the Trump administration has put polluters before the health and safety of New Yorkers.”

Russiagate: Democrats’ giant middle finger to climate justice

“Russiagate is such a dangerous, deeply entrenched, and relentlessly promoted narrative that only a broad coalition movement of justifiably outraged activists can defeat it.”

20,000 scientists have now signed ‘warning to humanity’

"Especially troubling is the current trajectory of potentially catastrophic climate change."

Video: The climate movement’s State of the Union

"The issue in front of us is not a scientific debate. It has everything to do political will."

Pruitt’s plan to debate climate science paused as science confirms human...

“What happens in the Arctic doesn’t stay in the Arctic; it affects the rest of the planet.”

Can the courts bring about a climate fix? Three judges are...

The Trump administration is arguing that 21 young Americans do not have a constitutional right to a stable climate.

How to talk to your relatives about climate change: A guide...

The Trump administration and the fossil fuels industry is actively working against clean energy progress, but we have the tools, the courts, and the people power to keep advancing clean power in states and cities.

Landmark youth climate lawsuit heads to federal appeals court

"We look forward to the opportunity to argue this case before the Ninth Circuit so that we can move quickly to trial."

90 companies helped cause the climate crisis – they should pay...

The companies responsible for the climate crisis should cover the costs of fighting wildfires and recovering from hurricanes.

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Missouri Governor indicted on another felony charge

While investigating the governor’s alleged crimes, a Missouri House committee is deciding whether or not to proceed with impeaching Greitens.

Federal Court rules against Trump administration’s attempt to rollback Corporate Average Fuel Economy targets

The court's ruling upheld the higher fine currently in place for automakers who manufacture "gas guzzlers."

The shameful silence of the CEOs

Today’s CEOs finance a larger part of our political system, yet they won’t take a stand to save it.

Chaco Canyon, Chaco earth

“Chacoan violence, concentrated and brutal, appears to represent government terror: the enforcement of Chaco’s rule by institutionalized force.”

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