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  • . For Immediate Release: July 27, 2017Contact: info@eelegal.org 202-810-2001 E&E Legal Wins Major Rulings in Two Separate Vermont Public Records Suits Involving AG’s Climate RICO Crusade Washington, D.C. – The...
  • Tribunal Dates Fri, 26 Feb 16, 3:19am
    This is a guest post by David Holland BH readers may recall that I reported here that Tom Osborn had jumped the gun at CLB suggesting that I had not appealed the First Tier Tribunal decision to uphold the Met Office refusal...
  • FOI: Coyne ridiculous Tue, 2 Feb 16, 8:39pm
    As many readers are aware, our old friend Stephan Lewandowsky has recently published a paper in Nature that sets out his views on the circumstances in which scientists should release their data to others - the thrust of the...
  • Money without accountability Fri, 15 Jan 16, 7:02pm
    The Mail is reporting that universities are trying to put themselves beyond the reach of the Freedom of Information Act. 
  • Britain’s highest court apologizes for breaking the law but dodges questions about its widely-broadcast September 2015 climate-change propaganda event urging national and international courts to “scotch” the “claims”...
  • Donna Laframboise has been doing some interesting research on the Climate and Law conference recently held by the UK's Supreme Court. It seems that as well as Philippe Sands, several other judges used the occasion to advance...
  • Paul Thacker. Image from, erm, the Harvard Center for EthicsJudith Curry is looking an article at PLOS by Paul Thacker and Charles Seife about freedom of information as it applies to universities. The authors are focusing...
  • Gray lady Mon, 13 Jul 15, 6:18pm
    The BBC for once has published a story that could credibly be seen as justifying its taxpayer funding - a fascinating profile of the head of ethics at the Cabinet Office, Sue Gray...
  • Guest essay by Chris Horner Former Secretary of State, and presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is not the only current or former Obama administration official facing investigation for use of...
  • Diary date - FOI tribunal edition Mon, 13 Apr 15, 1:58am
    This is a guest post by David Holland At 10 am On Friday 17 April, in Northampton, I have the dubious pleasure of squaring up for the second time against the Met Office over Zero Order Drafts of an IPCC Assessment Report...
  • Eric Worrall writes: It looks like NOAA have found a new way to stifle FOIA inquiries from the public. According to Steve Goddard, NOAA have just demanded a $262,000 administrative fee for zipping up a few raw data files....
  • Dazed and confused in the AAAS Wed, 11 Mar 15, 1:20am
    Three former presidents of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have written a piece in the Guardian decrying attempts by greens to obtain email correspondence of state-funded scientists using freedom of...
  • More sauce Sat, 28 Feb 15, 8:54am
    Another few hours and another FOI request. This time it's the Competitive Enterprise Institute, who are targeting correspondence of the hard-left senators who have been at the forefront of harassing sceptic scientists:
  • Sauce for the goose Sat, 28 Feb 15, 3:02am
    This was probably predictable: Washington, D.C. -- Today, the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal), in conjunction with the Free Market Environmental Law Clinic (FMELC) and the Caesar Rodney Institute...
  • When Chris Horner was trying to get hold of Michael Mann's emails, the academic establishment moved heaven and earth to ensure that everybody knew where they stood on the question, namely that exposure of an Mann's emails...
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