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Climate protest defense strategy hits a legal wall in England and Wales
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Climate protest defense strategy hits a legal wall in England and Wales

Climate activists in England and Wales face a significant setback as a key legal defense is stripped away.

Sandra Laville reports for The Guardian.

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Puerto Rico commits to solar incentives as mainland states pull back

Puerto Rico extends solar incentives while other states reduce them, showcasing commitment to renewable energy.

Gabriela Aoun Angueira reports for Grist.

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US federal courts scrutinize energy regulation and climate change in 2024

In a pivotal year, federal courts are set to decide on cases that could significantly alter energy regulators' approach to climate change.

Niina H. Farah reports for E&E News.

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Climate scientists occupy the hot seat in mock trial training

A Minnesota mock courtroom lays bare one of the thorniest issues confronting climate litigation: Scientific evidence.
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Oil lobby pressure dooms bill aimed at curbing California refinery pollution

The Mercury News reporter Will McCarthy writes about a stalled California State Senate bill that would have tripled the fines paid by refineries for emitting toxic pollutants.

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Montana’s massive climate win provides blueprint for suits nationwide

A Montana court ruled that youth have a right to a livable climate. Now, lawsuits around the country are working to build on that success.

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'Fragile compromises': Biden energy fights heat up in court

Federal courts will spend the last half of the year weighing the fate of some of the Biden administration’s biggest climate and energy goals.

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