Climate Change

"Barrett as Justice Gives Climate Cases Tougher Path to Court"

"President Donald Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court could make it tougher for environmentalists to wage future legal fights. Barrett has applied a narrow view of standing, the legal bar for bringing a case, in her rulings as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit."

Source: Bloomberg Environment, 09/29/2020

Wine Country Fires Burn Homes, Force Evacuations From Santa Rosa To Napa

"The Wine Country awoke in flames Monday as windblown wildfires closed in on the Napa Valley from the east and west and swept into Santa Rosa, forcing thousands of North Bay residents to flee their homes in an ominous flashback to the catastrophic infernos three years ago."

Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 09/29/2020

Need Climate Questions? We’ve Got Climate Questions.

Climate change may have made an unexpected appearance at the raucous 2020 presidential debate last night, but it's equally important to quiz state and local candidates on the topic too. The latest TipSheet offers environment and energy journalists a list of 10 key climate change questions to ask in reporting elections in your coverage area.

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September 29, 2020

Where Will We Go? Let’s Talk About Climate Change and Human Migration

Join the Pulitzer Center and ProPublica at 3:00 p.m. ET for a conversation with ProPublica journalists and SEJ members Abrahm Lustgarten and Elizabeth Weil as they delve into their recent reporting along with Baruch College geographer Bryan Jones and discuss the factors behind the megafires in the West, scientific forecasts for climate migration in the U.S. and beyond, and solutions for preventing further devastation.



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