Scientists get tips for testifying in climate cases
Researchers should be ready for an aggressive courtroom examination if they choose to be expert witnesses in cases involving climate change, attorneys from an organization that defends climate science said yesterday.
This group coined 'carbon bubble.' Its influence is growing
When Barbara Underwood, the New York attorney general, sued Exxon Mobil Corp. this fall over potential fraud tied to the firm's financial and climate change disclosures, she referenced a little-known London-based think tank called the Carbon Tracker Initiative.
State AG says Exxon's climate claims hurt investors
Massachusetts' attorney general accused Exxon Mobil Corp. of committing potential securities fraud in court papers filed this week for a case related to climate change.
Oil companies urged to fight EPA on methane
Investors overseeing about $2 trillion are pressing dozens of fossil fuel companies to fight EPA efforts to roll back methane regulations.
This is when the GOP turned away from climate policy
At the start of the George H.W. Bush presidency, the Republican Party fretted about the dangers of climate change. By the end, it was focused on doubt and inaction.