Juliana V. United States
Will the Plaintiffs Suing the Government Over Climate Change Ever Get a Trial?
The young people suing the government over climate change are hoping that Tuesday’s hearing has convinced the Ninth Circuit to allow their case to proceed.
Meet the Kids Trying to Put the Government on Trial for Its Climate Policies
In Juliana v. United States, a group of young plaintiffs is trying to force the government into climate action—whether the president wants to or not.
How the Government Plans to Defend Itself Against the Young People Suing Over Climate Change
Reviewing the government's expert testimony, we can see what its strategy will be as the Juliana case comes to trial.
The Trump Administration Asks the Supreme Court to Block a Youth Climate Lawsuit
The Trump administration is asking the United States Supreme Court to block a lawsuit filed by young Americans seeking to force more federal action on climate change.
A Group of Young Colombians Just Beat Their Own Government in Court
A swift victory in the Colombian Supreme Court could pave the way for further legal action around the world.
After Slow Progress in Bonn, Activists Are Saying "See You in Court"
Why global warming lawsuits are gaining traction in courtrooms around the world.
Why the Fossil Fuel Companies Won't Defend the Government in Court
Twenty-one young Americans are suing the U.S. government for ignoring climate change—and industry groups now seem terrified.