See You In Court: The Rise of Climate Justice

As David slew Goliath, will our students, youth, grandmothers and farmers prevail against the giants of government and industry in the court of law?

As far back as 1977, Exxon scientist James Black stated that “the most likely manner in which mankind is influencing the global climate is through carbon dioxide release from the burning of fossil fuels”. In the decades since then, the fight to prevent catastrophic climate change has been led by students, farmers, teachers, parents, scientists, military generals, and more. Now, the lawyers are catching up.  Continue reading “See You In Court: The Rise of Climate Justice”