Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Tag: youth climate lawsuit

Alaska Supreme Court hears oral arguments in kids’ climate change lawsuit

‘Is there a time to declare that air that sustains life is a fundamental right?’

Kelsey Juliana v. U.S.: Meet the young woman suing the federal...

Kelsey Juliana, lead plaintiff in Juliana v. United States, the landmark youth climate lawsuit against the U.S. government speaks with Democracy Now!

Youth activists holding coordinated press conferences to raise awareness on landmark...

The next hearing on the case will be Tuesday, June 4, at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Youth plaintiffs file response with Supreme Court pointing to the government’s...

“The Supreme Court has never before stopped a trial for the reasons argued by the defendants and I’m confident our brief will assure the Chief Justice that there is no intrusion into the ability of the executive branch to do its job while the Department of Justice defends this case at trial."

Supreme Court halts landmark youth climate case

Despite the blow to the case, counsel remains optimistic of the case's chances of proceeding.

Justice Department wants Supreme Court to put a halt to youth...

About a week before the groundbreaking constitutional youth climate lawsuit heads to trial, the Department of Justice is trying to have the Supreme Court...

Groundbreaking youth climate lawsuit against US government can proceed

The groundbreaking lawsuit targets the government for creating policies that encouraged climate change, and for violating the country's youngest citizens their constitutional rights to life, liberty and property, as well as failing to protect essential public trust resources.

‘We’re talking very big bucks:’ New bill could put oil companies...

Should Canadians be able to sue oil companies for that?

Massive Victory for 7 Kids in Climate Change Lawsuit in Washington...

Related cases brought by youth to protect the atmosphere are pending before other U.S. courts in the federal district court in Oregon and in the state courts of North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Massachusetts and Oregon.

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