Tag Archives: Climate

How Climate Change Web Content is Being Censored Under the Trump Administration

“On January 10, 2018 the Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (EDGI) [released] Changing the Digital Climate: How Climate Change Web Content is Being Censored Under the Trump Administration, the third installment of EDGI’s series of reports evaluating the environmental impacts … Continue reading

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Some Extreme Climate Events Would Not Have Happened But For Climate Change: Lawyers Are Paying Attention

Today’s ClimateWire (subscription required) contained a long summary of evidence that scientists are increasingly able to demonstrate that climate change is what we lawyers would call the “but for” cause of extreme weather events.  One of the most interesting is … Continue reading

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Shareholder Activism on Climate Is Only Going to Increase

While EPA continues to go backwards on climate, evidence continues to mount that investors are only going to get more aggressive.  There were two developments worth noting this month. First, Bloomberg Markets reported that BlackRock, which seems increasingly willing to … Continue reading

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Climate Change Versus Clean Energy: How Can We Move Forward?

Working on climate change over the last several years has consistently pushed me to expand my comfort zone and explore new frontiers. Although I first approached it as an international law scholar, I soon became intrigued by the transnational networks… … Continue reading

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Corporations Moving Ahead On Climate Change Efforts

While federal legislation is moribund and climate change regulatory developments have slowed, voluntary corporate action is moving forward. The Carbon Disclosure Project's recently published survey of 396 of the 500 largest companies (based on market capitalization) found that: • 73 … Continue reading

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