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13 06, 2018

Richardson’s Statement on Energy Companies Request for New York Court to Dismiss ‘Climate Change’ Shakedown

2018-06-13T10:19:22+00:00 June 13th, 2018|Billionaire Scammers, Conflict of Interest, Press Releases, Richardson, Rockefeller's, Shakedown, Steyer, Suits|

Washington, D.C. – Craig Richardson, president of the Energy and Environment Legal Institute, issued the following statement in response to a hearing today in the Southern District of New York and a request by several energy companies to dismiss a climate change related lawsuit filed against them by New York City. Once again global elitists [...]

12 06, 2018

Richardson Appearance on Terry Lowry’s What Up Radio Program to Discuss the Energy Company Shakedown Effort by the Left

2018-06-12T14:47:01+00:00 June 12th, 2018|"Climate Change", Billionaire Scammers, Rockefeller's, Shakedown|

E&E Legal President Craig Richardson joined Terry Lowry's What's Up radio program to discuss the Left's shakedown efforts of large energy companies in a handful of municipalities. Listen now.

12 06, 2018

E&E News: Steve Milloy doesn’t like ‘climate bedwetters’

2018-06-12T13:55:49+00:00 June 12th, 2018|"Scare Pollution", Bad Science, Media Coverage, Milloy, Secret Science|

by Scott Waldman E&E News reporter Climate change. Secondhand smoke. Air pollution. There's a growing body of science showing that humans are threatened by all three. Policymakers have spent years crafting public health protections based on that research. Steve Milloy just sees junk to debunk. The former securities lawyer and Trump EPA transition official has [...]

7 06, 2018

windAction: Seneca Anti-Wind Union (SAWU) meeting draws huge crowd

2018-06-12T13:22:22+00:00 June 7th, 2018|Green Groups, Martis, Media Coverage, Scandal, Windmills|

by Richard Stegman If one drives from Bellevue to Attica you will notice the numerous Anti-Wind for Seneca County signs in the front yards of homes. They do far out-number the Pro-Wind Energy signs. One will also be struck that most of the pro-wind signs are in areas without homes; just open fields. And on [...]

31 05, 2018

Federalist Society: Extraterritorial Ambition: State Energy Taxes and the Question of Imported Electricity

2018-06-12T13:16:26+00:00 May 31st, 2018|E&E Legal v. CO, Media Coverage, Petition Litigation, Renewable Energy|

The Federalist Review Volume 19 This short article examines how the extraterritoriality doctrine might apply to state energy taxes imposed on electricity that is generated in one state but used in a different taxing state, when the purpose of the tax is to discourage greenhouse gas emissions. The extraterritoriality doctrine precludes a state from regulating [...]

23 05, 2018

Walcher: A (Tasmanian) Devil of a Dilemma

2018-06-12T13:42:33+00:00 May 23rd, 2018|ESA, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As appearing in The Daily Sentinel In the golden age of cartoons, the Tasmanian Devil was a favorite Looney Toons character, a whirling tornado throwing temper tantrums, and eating everything in his path. Both Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck had to cleverly escape his voracious appetite. It [...]

21 05, 2018

True North Reports: Lawyers call legal battle against Vermont Attorney General’s office a win for transparency

2018-05-30T13:25:40+00:00 May 21st, 2018|AG Collusion, Conflict of Interest, Media Coverage, Vermont|

by Michael Bielawski True North Reports Lawyers for a Washington-based nonprofit legal institute are calling their lawsuit against the Vermont Attorney General’s office a win, despite their inability to uncover long-sought-after public records. In 2016, the Energy and Environment Legal Institute filed two public records lawsuits against former Attorney General William Sorrell after he refused to release information about [...]

13 05, 2018

Walcher: Holy Hummingbird, Batman!

2018-06-12T13:35:49+00:00 May 13th, 2018|ESA, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As appearing in The Daily Sentinel The lesser long-nosed bat is no longer in danger of extinction, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, so it will be taken off the endangered species list. New Mexico and Arizona leaders have advocated de-listing for years. They are [...]

11 05, 2018

Walcher: Who Needs Congress Anyway? The fishy way our latest National Monument was acquired

2018-06-12T13:43:17+00:00 May 11th, 2018|Acquisitions, Conflict of Interest, Manipulation, Media Coverage, Public Lands, Walcher|

by Greg Walcher, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow As Appearing in the American Spectator What if I were to suggest turning all of New York into a national monument? OK, maybe we would exclude the gigantic city, but the rest of that beautiful state could be our newest national monument. You might instinctively see a [...]

11 05, 2018

Heartland: Now They’re Waging War on Plastics!

2018-05-15T12:25:23+00:00 May 11th, 2018|"Scare Pollution", Bad Science, Media Coverage, Milloy|

by Tom Harris Heartland Institute Earth Day Network’s misguided anti-plastic campaign is a sign of more nonsense to come. Earth Day Network (EDN) chose “End Plastic Pollution” as their theme for this year’s April 22 Earth Day. It is just the tip of the anti-plastic activism that now consumes environmental extremists. A Google search  on [...]

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