Some lawyers are trying new legal approaches to climate change litigation.
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The battle to control news media and public perceptions of the climate change issue will heat up this week as the Senate prepares to start debate on the first major US legislation to address the problem of global climate change.
Some cities are joining big companies in disclosing publicly their greenhouse emissions.
A research team led by Purdue claims in a soon-to-be-published article to have mapped local U.S. climate change more precisely than has been done before.
Reporters: you now have a contact list of expert sources of climate information in or about your region.
How can you tell whether global warming is happening if the White House shuts down the satellites needed to sense it by cutting their budgets?
How did the White House suppress an EPA finding that human-induced greenhouse warming was a threat to human health (and thus subject to regulation)? By refusing to read it. But you can read it here.
EPA Administrator Steven Johnson steadfastly refused to disclose to the House Oversight Committee this week almost any documents or information about his contacts with the White House. His repeated refusal to do so may set up a legislative-executive confrontation involving subpoenas, claims of executive privilege, and contempt of Congress findings.Region: