Richmond became the ninth U.S. community in the last year to sue fossil fuel giants over climate change.
The withdrawal comes as House Republicans push a tax bill packed with corporate welfare for fossil fuel companies.
Shoppers were reporting that some stores were charging as much as $30 for a case.
As climate change impacts worsen and become more expensive to address, the question of financial responsibility will become more urgent.
Okay folks, the briefs are in. (And online, except Chevron's opposition, which I've seen but which Chevron seems to be hiding
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With Donald Trump and the Republicans ascendant and corporate politicians still controlling the Democratic Party, many previously
Even Antonin Scalia supported the doctrine. But not Neil Gorsuch.
The rule was aimed at curbing corruption at big oil, gas and mining companies.
Can Chevron avoid paying clean-up costs by hiding behind shell companies? A Canadian judge seems to think that's just fine...
Everybody knows that you bury a bad news story by putting it out late on Friday afternoon. If it’s really bad, you might
90 companies accounted for 65 percent of worldwide carbon emissions between 1854 and 2013.
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Less well-known is that ArmorGroup has roots connecting it to other human rights abuses and controversial tactics on behalf