A National Public Radio report blamed global warming for wildfires in Texas and suggested the best way to put fires out is by “getting real” on climate change.
MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes tweeted Tuesday that covering stories about climate change is a “palpable ratings killer” for news shows.
Officials with the City of Baltimore announced a lawsuit Friday against major oil producers such as Exxon, BP, and Shell Oil, claiming the companies caused damages by contributing to global climate change.
The United States in 2017 experienced the largest decline in carbon emissions in the world, according to a recent report.
The Rhode Island attorney general filed a lawsuit in state court against ExxonMobil (Exxon), BP, Shell, and others, arguing that the energy producers knew their product contributed to climate change, but “engaged in a coordinated, multi-front effort to conceal and deny their own knowledge” of possible resulting threats.
An Iranian general on Monday accused Israel of manipulating the weather to prevent rain in Iran, adding that his country is facing “cloud and snow theft.”
A New York appellate court again ordered that state’s top cop to pay thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees for improperly denying a request for documents under the state’s Freedom of Information Law.
A state judge in Texas has left the door open for ExxonMobil to seek deposition testimony from many of the key players who are the driving force behind climate change lawsuits from local governments like San Francisco, Oakland, and New York City.