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Global warming and snowmobile emissions

Yet another in the rapidly growing list of lawsuits invoking global warming:

The city of Seattle, a group of Alaska Natives and some of the nation's top climate scientists � including two from the University of Washington � thrust themselves into a high-profile legal battle Monday, hoping to resolve a stalemate over global warming.

The group is fronting an orchestrated, national campaign to convince the Supreme Court that the federal government's failure to regulate automobile emissions is already causing harm, from shrinking mountain snowpack to ecological changes in Arctic Alaska.

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Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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