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Landmark Global Warming Lawsuit Settled

Environmental groups and ‘cool cities’ force U.S. financing agencies to take action on climate as precedent-setting seven-year-old suit ends.

A federal lawsuit that sought to force two U.S. agencies to address the global warming implications of their overseas financing activities was settled today after more than six years; the suit established important legal precedents related to global warming.

More here:
http://action.foe.org/t/6545/pressRelease.jsp?press_release_KEY=486

Read the settlement agreement with the Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Read the settlement agreement with the Export-Import Bank of the United States

 

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