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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 […]

Hoboken Joins Climate Litigation Sweepstakes: Suit Tied to Longtime Players in Climate Litigation Industry

The City of Hoboken, New Jersey, is the latest entrant in the “climate nuisance” litigation campaign chronicled here at CLW. The complaint can be found here. Signs were piling up that some New Jersey plaintiff or plaintiffs were preparing to enter the fray, with advocates for the climate litigation industry making the rounds and a […]

Previously Sealed Emails to NY AG Private Account Give Glimpse of Donor-Activist-Litigation Axis

The long and sordid history of the New York OAG’s disastrous prosecution of ExxonMobil for alleged climate crimes, gamely replicated by Massachusetts AG Maura Healey in Massachusetts as the New York case disintegrated in court, is well-chronicled here at CLW.  As is the more recent push to obtain records sealed during that first action. At […]

The Climate Change Litigation Campaign Next Stop? The U.S. House of Representatives.

From the Manufacturers Accountability Project The House Oversight and Reform Committee’s Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a hearing Wednesday Oct 23rd titled “Examining the Oil Industry’s Efforts to Suppress the Truth about Climate Change.” Among the hearing’s witnesses are Harvard University professor Dr. Naomi Oreskes and Sharon Eubanks, former chief counsel for […]

New Email Shows Green Group Fronting for #ExxonKnew Recruitment — Again

In May 2016, Politico reported: MORE GREEN OUTREACH AHEAD OF EXXON PRESSER: Shortly before joining a coalition of Democratic attorneys general to criticize ExxonMobil’s stance on climate research, Maryland AG Brian Frosh took a meeting with one of his constituents — Friends of the Earth President Erich Pica. In November 2015, Pica offered to brief […]