Following on CLW’s post last month, “Presidential Politics and the Climate Litigation Industry“, the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes “Michael Bloomberg’s Minnesota Largesse preceded presidential bid”, noting Energy Policy Advocates’s open records suit to learn more about the relationship between the Minnesota Office of Attorney General, Bloomberg’s climate outfit and the trial bar.
The 25th Conference of the Parties to the 1992 UNFCCC begins today in Madrid, seeking to add more details to what is by all historic factors a treaty for U.S. purposes. Our supposed models in Western Europe ratified Paris as a treaty under their systems, by their legislatures, while we played make believe that Paris […]
CLW has noticed an apparent conflict in the stories being told by the Bloomberg-funded State Energy & Environmental Impact Center (SEEIC) and its New York AG partner — or erstwhile partner, hard to tell — in the climate litigation industry. NYU has a web page admitting to which AG offices which have taken NYU’s dare […]