Jennifer Hijazi

Covers climate change and the law for E&E News.

Covers climate change and the law for E&E News.

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The world’s biggest oil company is on trial in New York for defrauding investors out of $1.6 billion.  It’s accused of hiding the real value of fossil fuels in the era of climate…

Exxon Mobil goes to court

The world’s biggest oil company is on trial in New York for defrauding investors out of $1.6 billion.  It’s accused of hiding the real value of fossil fuels in the era of climate…

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