Which 'international criminal law'?
Many of them can and will.
Slowly, this is happening through regulation and market forces like ESG. It will not happen through "international criminal law", whatever that is.
Who wrote that, Greta fucking Thunberg when she was 11?
Exactly. In other words, it is inapplicable to the situation under discussion. Pearl clutching bullshit for dumb people who want to be OUTRAGEDInternational Law does not apply to America, it is 'Outside the Environment'. American Lawyers do not spend time on what is bullshit to them. Nazi War criminals knew about it though.
International criminal law (ICL)International criminal law (ICL) codifies a body of law that defines international crimes such as genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the crime of aggression, as well as the procedures to be applied before international courts and tribunals. These crimes often take place in the course of conflict, and hence relate directly to humanitarian crisis. In contrast to much international law, ICL does not focus on the conduct of States – it establishes individual criminal responsibility. One of the main sources of ICL is the Rome Statute creating the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Exactly. In other words, it is inapplicable to the situation under discussion. Pearl clutching bullshit for dumb people who want to be OUTRAGED
More detail on the Mass case. It makes sense in the context of US law, but calling them "climate crimes" isn't quite it. Unless I'm missing something, it's not nearly as abstract as recent cases on things like acknowledging a river's right to exist in NZ. If someone involved has the juice to to sift through the market ramifications of Exxon's malfeasance and identity parties directly harmed by it, it could be a stepping stone for greater things. I'd be surprised if it amounts to anything more than a cost of doing business fine.Please contact The Massachusetts high court. I'm sure they are not interested in wasting their time and would appreciate your assistance.
In the meantime, back on planet Earth ...
Why 2023 will be a watershed year for climate litigation
Many things effect the earths cycles,
Talk about thousand years ago. this effected the climate,( before man came along)
More like Random when he was 62...Who wrote that, Greta fucking Thunberg when she was 11?
And at least some of the mechanisms that led to warming and retreating ice then now favor expanding ice, but those mechanisms are being more than offset by anthropogenic forcing, at least according to some science-speaking folks.
Arctic glaciers and ice caps through the Holocene:a circumpolar synthesis of lake-based reconstructions<p><strong class="journal-contentHeaderColor">Abstract.</strong> The recent retreat of nearly all glaciers and ice caps (GICs) located in Arctic regions is one of the most clear and visible signs of ongoing climate change. This paper synthesizes published records of Holocene GIC fluctuations...cp.copernicus.org
More like Random when he was 62...
South Australia?A lot of things work on a small scale but not on a larger one.
What is the backing store for your grid when the renewable power is insufficient for demand?
From my POV I think the intermittent renewables are way insufficient unless & until they have a reliable backing store of at least 24 hours on full load. At present this is a fantasy unless you either have hydro power, nuclear or fossil fuel plants.
Happy to be corrected but I'd want to see examples on a realistic (say 1 million population centre) basis. And with a decent mix of residential, light industrial and commercial.
A lot of things work on a small scale but not on a larger one.
What is "climate denial"?
Climate crimes must be brought to justice
Climate denial has increased the risk of catastrophic global change. Should international criminal law be used against those who promote this dangerous trend? Economic and political leaders can no longer pretend it is business as usual. Whether they actively induce environmental harm or just ignore the existential threat against the survival of the human species, states and corporations must be held accountable for their actions or inaction regarding climate change.
slippery little turd 'just asking questions'. smh...What is "climate denial"?
1) That's a state law case.Please contact The Massachusetts high court. I'm sure they are not interested in wasting their time and would appreciate your assistance.
1) That's a state law case.
2) That's a civil case.
3) That's an action for false and misleading advertising and maybe civil fraud.
There's nothing international or criminal about it. Use the right words.