What Scalia’s Death Means For Climate Change
Just days after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling clouded the future of a new United Nations climate pact, the passing of one of its justices has boosted the pact’s chances of succeeding.
Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia died at a resort in Texas on Saturday. Scalia, 79, was the court’s conservative leader and his death means it is now more likely that key EPA rules that aim to curb climate pollution from the power industry will be upheld.
Here’s how the sudden shakeup of the court could affect global efforts to combat climate change.
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