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Youth at the forefront of climate change litigation

Youth at the forefront of climate change litigation

Young climate advocates are challenging the U.S. government in court, demanding accountability for climate change inactions.

Ruxandra Guidi reports for High Country News.

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Michael E. Mann: Legal victory highlights the ongoing battle for climate science integrity

In a recent defamation case, scientists Michael E. Mann and Peter J. Fontaine emerged victorious, highlighting the ongoing struggles against climate misinformation.

Michael E. Mann and Peter J. Fontaine write for The New York Times.

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Why 2024 will be a crucial year for climate litigation
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Why 2024 will be a crucial year for climate litigation

Amid record domestic oil and gas production in the US and broken promises from fossil fuel companies, climate champions are increasingly looking to the courts to bring about accountability for climate damage.

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‘Hope is a discipline’: Youth climate case plaintiff on why he’s suing the US government

Nathan Baring of Alaska is part of a group of young activists suing the US, which they say ‘willfully ignored’ dangers of fossil fuels.

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Exclusive: Law firm behind Juliana kids climate case takes on EPA

Fresh off a historic legal victory in Montana, attorneys for young climate activists are filing their second-ever lawsuit against the federal government.
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Case against 14 Queensland climate protesters adjourned as questions raised over validity of charges

The validity of charges against 14 Queensland activists facing the possibility of jail for a climate protest inside the state parliament has been questioned in court, as the case was adjourned on Monday.

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Young people to take 32 European countries to court over climate policies

Six young people are preparing to appear at the European court of human rights to try to compel 32 nations to rapidly escalate their emissions reductions in the world’s largest climate legal action to date.