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Oct 02 2023
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The office of Montana’s Republican attorney general is appealing a landmark climate change ruling that said state agencies aren’t doing enough to protect 16 young plaintiffs from harm caused by global warming. The state filed notice on Friday that it is going to appeal the August ruling by District Court Judge Kathy Seeley, who found the Montana Environmental Policy ActFox 4 Kansas City
Oct 02 2023
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The office of Montana’s Republican attorney general is appealing a landmark climate change ruling that said state agencies aren’t doing enough to protect 16 young plaintiffs from harm caused by global warming. The state filed notice on Friday that it is going to appeal the August ruling by District Court Judge Kathy Seeley, who found the Montana Environmental Policy ActMy High Plains KAMR
Aug 15 2023
A judge found there was “a fundamental constitutional right to a clean and healthful environment.” The state of Montana has a constitutional obligation to protect its residents from climate change. That was the stunning ruling from a judge who delivered a landmark decision on Monday. It compels Montana, a major coal and gas producing state, to consider climate change when deciding whether toNew York Times (News)
Aug 25 2023
As weather-related events like wildfires, droughts, and hot summer temperatures have made headlines in recent years, debates and disagreements across the political spectrum abound about climate change.
In general, left-rated media conveys the belief that climate change is human-caused and an urgent threat, and that climate science proves this. Their coverage conveys that carbonJulie Mastrine
Sep 19 2023
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Tribal leaders and members from 10 Alaska Native communities gathered in Anchorage this week for a three-day conference with multiple federal agencies to help them prepare for, respond to and recover from the impacts of climate change. Community relocation is among several topics on the agenda at the conference, which runs through Wednesday at the Marriott and Dena’Alaska's News Source KTUU/KYES
Sep 29 2023
The U.S. West Coast produces over 90% of America’s wine, but the region is also prone to wildfires — a combustible combination that spelled disaster for the industry in 2020 and one that scientists are scrambling to neutralize.
Sample a good wine and you might get notes of oak or red fruit. But sip on wine made from grapes that were penetrated by smoke, and it could taste like someoneAssociated Press
Sep 07 2023
Sep 26 2023
Scientists know one thing for sure about the collapse of Yukon River king and chum salmon: there’s more than one culprit. “It’s really hard and probably unrealistic to just point your finger at one thing and say that’s what’s doing it,” said Jayde Ferguson, a fish pathologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Researchers have identified many threats facing Yukon king and chum salmonAlaska Public Media
Sep 04 2023
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a contender for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, said that blaming climate change for last week's devastation caused by Hurricane Idalia is "a lie." More than 280,000 homes and businesses in Florida were without power on Wednesday, according to data from PowerOutage.us, as Idalia slammed into the Big Bend region of Florida. President Joe Biden has saidNewsmax (News)
Sep 18 2023
California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, accused the oil industry of lying days after the state’s Attorney General filed a lawsuit against five Big Oil majors for downplaying climate change risks. “The climate crisis is, after all, a fossil fuel crisis,” Newsom said, as quoted by Bloomberg, at the opening of Climate Week in New York City. “They continue to play us for fools. I’ve had enough and I’OilPrice.com