Brief provides comprehensive summary of climate litigation industry, cites new documents supporting the claim that climate plaintiffs’ hunt for “sympathetic” state judges is behind fight to keep cases from federal courts Energy Policy Advocates does it again. EPA filed another friend of the court brief, this time in NYC v Exxon Mobil et al., removed […]
Annette Meeks of the Freedom Foundation of Minnesota writes in the St. Cloud Times, referencing years of revelations by the Competitive Enterprise Institute and Energy Policy Advocates — most of it publicized here at CLW — about AG Keith Ellison’s work with a Michael Bloomberg-created group and other activists who have activated Minnesota’s AG Office […]
“Despite claims to the contrary, it seems that D.C. and Minnesota’s lawsuits were a coordinated move,” Climate Litigation Watch said in a statement on August 11.” Read full story here.
Energy Policy Advocates filed a friend of the court brief in the Mayor & City of Baltimore climate nuisance case, after it was sent back to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit from the United States Supreme Court. Key points illuminated for the Court include (footnoted citations and links omitted): * […]
The Minnesota State Supreme Court has granted Attorney General Keith Ellison’s petition seeking review of his loss to Energy Policy Advocates at the Court of Appeals this summer. That came in an open records case involving correspondence between AGs pursuing the “climate” agenda in court, the Bloomberg-financed “Special Assistant Attorneys General,” and claims that such […]