Climate law

Jennifer Hijazi



Jennifer covers climate law. She previously worked at PBS NewsHour before moving on to Courthouse News, where she reported on Congress and the judiciary. She has dual masters degrees in journalism and Middle Eastern studies as well as dual bachelors degrees in theater and art history from the University of Arizona. Her work has also appeared in Vox, Reveal, Scientific American and the Arizona Daily Star.

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Exxon urges judge to leave climate adaptation concerns to EPA

A federal court heard oral arguments yesterday in a case pitting the Conservation Law Foundation against Exxon Mobil Corp., the latest in the Boston environmental group's fight against a petroleum and bulk storage terminal that the group says isn't protected against severe weather and sea-level rise.


Big Oil disputes cities' climate nuisance claims

Oil and gas firms pushed back last week on California cities' latest bid to make them pay for the impacts of climate change, holding fast to the notion that their accusers cannot blame the local actions of specific oil companies for damage caused by global emissions.