LITIGATION

States, towns and cities are litigating against fossil fuel companies for knowingly accelerating global warming, kids are litigating against the federal government for endangering their futures, investors are litigating against corporations for putting the value of their stock in jeopardy, employees are suing corporations for deceiving them about climate change, climate protesters are suing to preserve their rights to civil disobedience
Climate change is not just an environmental issue, it’s a social justice issue, too. It is important to recognize that the people most affected by climate change are often those that contributed least to its progression. People are recognizing obstruction of climate action and environmental mismanagement as an infringement on their rights. Here, find pending litigation addressing all these issues.
MakeThemPay - NY vs ExxonMobil

SOURCE: 350.org, 11/4/19

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