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Why Amy Coney Barrett's addition to supreme court may undermine climate fight

On Oct 28, 2020
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Amy Coney Barrett’s addition to the court could leave an indelible mark on how fiercely the US, and perhaps the rest of the world, can fight rising temperatures, even as scientists warn society has just years to take serious action. https://t.co/m74En5OZ7v via @guardian
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Barrett and five other conservative justices will wield considerable influence on climate change policy

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On Oct 28, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
Amy Coney Barrett’s addition to the court could leave an indelible mark on how fiercely the US, and perhaps the rest of the world, can fight rising temperatures, even as scientists warn society has just years to take serious action. https://t.co/m74En5OZ7v via @guardian
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Why Amy Coney Barrett's addition to supreme court may undermine climate fight

Why Amy Coney Barrett's addition to supreme court may undermine climate fight

Barrett and five other conservative justices will wield considerable influence on climate change policy

Amy Coney Barrett refuses to tell Kamala Harris if she thinks climate change is happening

Amy Coney Barrett refuses to tell Kamala Harris if she thinks climate change is happening

Supreme court nominee accuses Democratic senator of soliciting an opinion ‘on a very contentious matter of public debate’

With 10 Appointees on the Ninth Circuit, Trump Seeks to Tame His Nemesis

With 10 Appointees on the Ninth Circuit, Trump Seeks to Tame His Nemesis

The president now controls more than a third of the seats on the Western states’ reliably pro-environment appellate court.

"I'm certainly not a scientist": Amy Coney Barrett's views on climate change – and why it matters

"I'm certainly not a scientist": Amy Coney Barrett's views on climate change – and why it matters

Barrett said, "I don't think my views on global warming or climate change are relevant to the job I would do as a judge." Many scientists disagree.

Analysis: U.S. Supreme Court's rightward move could benefit oil and gas interests

Analysis: U.S. Supreme Court's rightward move could benefit oil and gas interests

The addition of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, moving it further rightward, could have significant consequences for U.S. climate change policy and complicate the government's ...

By Calling Climate Change ‘Controversial,’ Barrett Created Controversy

By Calling Climate Change ‘Controversial,’ Barrett Created Controversy

Judge Amy Coney Barrett refused to answer numerous questions, but it was her avoidance of acknowledging climate change that particularly resonated.

A second Trump term would mean severe and irreversible changes in the climate

A second Trump term would mean severe and irreversible changes in the climate

Among them are virtually all the steps Obama took to address climate change, from the Clean Power Plan for the electricity sector to tighter fuel economy standards for transportation, ...

Trump's Environmental Legacy Will Take Time to Erase

Trump's Environmental Legacy Will Take Time to Erase

Whether rescinding or implementing a regulation, the federal government is required to comply with the Administrative Procedures Act (APA). Time enough to rescind and revise the entirety of ...

Will We Be Able to Reverse Trump’s Climate Damage?

Will We Be Able to Reverse Trump’s Climate Damage?

What Joe Biden would need to do starting from Day One to correct the course of U.S. climate policy

Can Citizen Lawsuits Force Governments to Act on Climate Change?

Can Citizen Lawsuits Force Governments to Act on Climate Change?

Citizen court actions on global warming have taken very different turns in Europe and the U.S. A Dutch court has ruled the government must keep its promises to cut emissions, but prospects ...

A reelected Trump's climate control

A reelected Trump's climate control

The Long Game - POLITICO Archive Tuesday, 10/13/20 Tuesday, 10/6/20 Tuesday, 9/29/20 Tuesday, 9/22/20 Tuesday, 9/15/20 View the Full The Long Game Archives » Most Read Trump attacks Fauci ...

We Still Don’t Know Who Is Paying For Trump’s SCOTUS Seats

We Still Don’t Know Who Is Paying For Trump’s SCOTUS Seats

The conservative front group backing Amy Coney Barrett already spent $27 million to remake the Supreme Court. We have no idea where the money came from.

US feels the heat as Trump pulls out of global climate pact

US feels the heat as Trump pulls out of global climate pact

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is aiming to make the annual U.N.-sponsored climate talks underway in Madrid the last ones for full participation by the United States, which is ...