Hopefully, unrelated to Bayou Corne things ….
Friday update – Washington state – Massive gas explosion destroys buildings in North Bend
New W.I.P.P. town meeting (video) – CAUTION: have barf bag handy!
Climate Viewer – Supreme Court to set limits on suing Corporate Polluters
[snip] . . . Environmental activist Erin Brockovich and dozens of military veterans rallied outside the Supreme Court today as the justices heard arguments that an electronics company was responsible for contamination at its old plant in Asheville, North Carolina.
The case, CTS Corporation v. Waldburger, will decide if federal environmental law preempts North Carolina’s statute of repose, which imposes a 10-year limit to file a claim. A ruling by the Supreme Court in favor of CTS Corporation could create a climate in which corporate polluters would be “rewarded” for concealment and material misrepresentation of their environmental problems. . .