Climategate

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27 02, 2015

Press Release: Following Rep. Grijalva’s Inspiration, E&E Legal Files FOIA with U of A, CU, and GA Tech for Funding and Conflict Records

2016-12-11T17:07:41-04:00February 27th, 2015|Climategate, Conflict of Interest, FME Law, Georgia Tech, Horner, Press Releases, Transparency, University of Arizona, University of Colorado, War on Coal|

For Immediate Release: February 27, 2015 Contact: Craig Richardson [email protected] 202-758-8301 Following Rep. Grijalva Inspiration, E&E Legal Files FOIA Requests with Georgia Tech, Universities of Colorado and Arizona Seeking Records Relating to Researchers' Funding Washington, D.C. -- Yesterday, the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal), in conjunction with the Free Market Environmental Law Clinic [...]

26 02, 2015

Press Release: Following Rep. Grijalva’s Inspiration, E&E Legal Files FOIA with U. of Delaware for certain records relating to funding and conflicts

2016-12-11T17:07:42-04:00February 26th, 2015|Climategate, Conflict of Interest, FME Law, Horner, Personnel, Press Releases, Transparency, University of Delaware, University of Delaware|

For Immediate Release: February 26, 2015 Contact: Craig Richardson [email protected] 202-758-8301 Following Rep. Grijalva Inspiration, E&E Legal Files FOIA Request with the University of Deleware Seeking Records Relating to the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Washington, D.C. -- Today, the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal), in conjunction with the Free Market Environmental [...]

28 08, 2014

Washington Times: Green-trigue: N.Y. legal memo may give Obama path to make U.N. climate deal binding

2014-09-01T11:03:45-04:00August 28th, 2014|"Climate Change", Climategate, Horner, Transparency|

by Stephan Dinan Washington Times Two years ago, the New York attorney general’s office prepared a legal brief laying out a potential case for asking courts to make the U.S. cut greenhouse gas emissions based on international treaties, according to documents reviewed by The Washington Times. Legal analysts say it’s a tough sell, and the [...]

17 07, 2014

The Daily Progress: Climate fine shows value of freedom

2016-12-11T17:07:57-04:00July 17th, 2014|Climategate, E&E Legal vs. UVA, Media Coverage, Richardson|

by The Daily Progress What a letdown. And what an irony. The Virginia Supreme Court levied damages of just $250 against the nonprofit Energy & Environment Legal Institute in its bid to obtain climate researcher Michael Mann’s emails while he was a professor at the University of Virginia... The institute says that even though it [...]

16 07, 2014

Washington Post: State supreme court awards $250 to U-Va. and climate scientist Michael Mann [Headline inaccurate, Mann was awarded nothing]

2014-07-17T09:57:11-04:00July 16th, 2014|Climategate, E&E Legal v. UofA, Media Coverage, Schnare|

by Ileana Najarro Washington Post [Note from E&E Legal General Counsel David Schnare, who explained this to the Washington Post reporter: "There is a lot of misunderstanding about the $250 'damages' assessed by the Court. Any appellant that loses their appeal in the Virginia Supreme Court has to make this payment to the opposing party. [...]

15 07, 2014

Climate Change Dispatch: Virginia Supreme Court Awards a Paltry $250 to Michael Mann

2016-12-11T17:07:58-04:00July 15th, 2014|Climategate, E&E Legal vs. UVA, Media Coverage, Petition Litigation|

by Climate Change Dispatch In a clear slap in the face, the Virginia Supreme Court awarded Michael E. Mann and the University of Virginia a piddling $250 in damages in the email FOIA case. Showing the triviality of the manner, the court's order (shown here) didn't even specify the rationale for the derisory amount... Read more.

14 07, 2014

Associated Press: Virginia Supreme Court awards $250 damages to U.Va., ex-professor in email case

2014-07-17T10:22:38-04:00July 14th, 2014|Climategate, E&E Legal vs. UVA, Media Coverage, Richardson|

by Associated Press CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia — The Virginia Supreme Court has awarded $250 damages to the University of Virginia and former professor Michael Mann in a case that involved Mann's emails regarding climate change. The court's recent order only states the amount of damages that the Energy & Environmental Legal Institute must pay. It doesn't [...]

18 03, 2014

Investor’s Daily Business: Media, Surprisingly, Ask To See Climate Scientist’s Emails

2014-03-24T11:54:41-04:00March 18th, 2014|Climategate, E&E Legal vs. UVA, Media Coverage, Petition Litigation|

Investor's Daily Business Editorial Junk Science: More than a dozen news organizations want to see the emails of global warm-monger Michael Mann to see what the creator of the hockey stick graph has been saying in private. This is a noteworthy turn of events. Mann is the Penn State climate scientist who in the late [...]

17 03, 2014

Watts Up With That?: Wow, even MSM reporters want to see Michael Mann’s UVa emails now

2014-03-18T14:28:34-04:00March 17th, 2014|Climategate, E&E Legal vs. UVA, Media Coverage, Schnare|

by Anthony Watts Watts Up With That? Get this: 17 news organizations, including NPR, WaPo, AP,  now have grown a spine and filed an amicus brief (see download below) to OPPOSE in court Michael Mann’s effort to keep his UVa CLIMATEGATE-related e-mails secret. Basically, Mann’s attempt at hiding his emails of work done on public [...]

6 07, 2013

Horner: Sunday Reflection: The collusion of the climate crowd

2013-09-28T17:27:17-04:00July 6th, 2013|Climategate, Horner, Media Coverage, Personnel, Transparency|

by Chris Horner, Senior Legal Fellow Washington Examiner Not long ago, the American Tradition Institute initiated a transparency campaign using federal and state freedom of information laws to learn more about how taxpayer-funded academics use their positions to advance a particular agenda. On its face, this should have been welcomed by the Left, which often [...]

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