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UCLA LITIGATION DOCS AFFIRM ORIGIN OF UCS, HARVARD SCRAMBLE TO PRE-BUT REVELATION OF “SECRET MEETING” FOR AGs, “PROSPECTIVE FUNDERS”

By Chris Horner On April 25, 2016, Harvard Law School and the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) held a meeting with activists, public officials, and lawyers to, in part, “share legal and scientific information having an important bearing on potential investigations and lawsuits” against the energy industry. One participant described the briefing, in two separate […]

Genesis of a Shakedown: New Records Expose Children’s Marches as Long-Planned Component of Litigation Campaign

Newly obtained public records reveal that the recent wave of private “climate” litigation and state attorneys general (AGs) investigations was not only laid out behind closed doors seven years ago at an infamous 2012 meeting in La Jolla, California. It turns out the attendees also got very early word about the frenzied street theater of children’s […]

ATTORNEYS GENERAL, PLAINTIFFS’ LAWYERS, ACTIVISTS HOLD FLY-IN BRIEFING FOR “PROSPECTIVE FUNDERS” ON POSSIBLE AG INVESTIGATIONS

A new CLW video,  citing to a recent report by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, “Law Enforcement for Rent,” lays out the most stunning revelation about an extensive and elaborate campaign to use law enforcement, in coordination with major contributors and activist pressure groups, to attain a policy agenda that failed through the democratic process.  Among […]

DeSmog Blog

About: The DeSmog Blog was founded by Jim Hoggan in 2006. The website, which aims to clear “the PR pollution that clouds climate science,” and is run out of his public relations firm, James Hoggan & Associates, which partnered with the global climate change initiative, Tck Tck Tck. DeSmog Blog is listed as a case […]

CT AG Joins Climate Litigation Sweepstakes: Documents Show Recruitment by Tort Bar, Neighbor Outed as Seeking “Sustainable Funding Stream”

Latest AG to Put Bloomberg-Financed Attorney to Work Chasing Energy Companies From the Hartford Courant, which hints at an important point its source in the AGO may have let slip (emphasis added): Connecticut on Monday joined a growing list of states and local governments using litigation to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for causing climate […]