Meet 3 kids suing the government over climate
Alex Loznak, 22, of Oregon and plaintiffs Vic Barrett, 20, of New York and Kiran Oommen, 22, of Oregon sat down with E&E News ahead of 9th Circuit oral arguments earlier this month to talk about their lives as plaintiffs going head-to-head with the government — all before their 25th birthdays.
Juliana: 'A bridge too far'?
As a tough panel of appellate judges grappled with the latest phase of the kids' climate case last week in Portland, Ore., the views of another court across the country loomed large.
Kids face off with feds in landmark climate case
PORTLAND, Ore. — Twenty-one young Americans have no right to a "safe climate" under the Constitution, the Trump administration argued in court yesterday, rejecting a key assertion by the kids who say the government should phase out the use of fossil fuels.
The kids of Juliana prep for big day in court
PORTLAND, Ore. — Alex Loznak walks into the restaurant of his hotel with a camera crew trailing closely behind — a fixture in the public life of the 21 youth plaintiffs of the kids' climate case.
'All eyes of the world are on Juliana'
The 21 youth plaintiffs of Juliana v. United States are days away from another milestone in their climate case against the government, a hearing that will determine whether their case gets back on track for what they call "the trial of the century."
Kids say Trump's order amplifies need for fossil fuel freeze
Two weeks ahead of oral arguments at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, plaintiffs in the landmark youth climate case doubled down on an expansive request for a moratorium on all federal fossil fuel permitting.