Solicitor General’s brief backs communities’ position that climate liability litigation belongs in state court, a technical fight that has delayed many accountability lawsuits.
A new report examines how the top 20-ranked law schools are funneling students into jobs supporting “climate destroying” projects.
Experts warn that a growing network of carbon dioxide pipelines are dangerous and under-regulated.
The legal action represents a world-first climate lawsuit against a commercial bank.
A dozen young people have brought a constitutional climate case against the Austrian government, part of a growing wave of youth-led climate litigation.
With the Canadian government still boosting fossil fuels, it’s time for young Canadians’ day in court, argue lawyers suing the government.
A DeSmog analysis of subpoenaed internal oil industry communications shows CCS as the strategic linchpin for more oil and gas development.
Shell admits in internal documents it has “no immediate plans to move to a net-zero emissions portfolio.”
New assessment by Pesticides Action Network North America examines the “vicious cycle” linking these fossil fuel–derived chemicals and climate change.
The appointment of ADNOC’s CEO, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, to lead this year’s UN climate talks is like asking “arms dealers to lead peace talks,” campaigners say.