Not content with merely watching the case against ExxonMobil crumble in a New York City courtroom last month, a British activist group has now decided to jump into the climate litigation campaign by suing another major oil company, this time over advertising practices that break exactly zero laws.
The Guardian newspaper – the megaphone of the anti-energy movement – reports that ClientEarth has filed a lawsuit against BP over the company’s recently-launched advertising campaign touting their work to lower emissions and pioneer new forms of energy.
So, what egregious crime did BP commit with these ads?
According to ClientEarth, it should be against the law for BP to talk about their innovation to address climate change while at the same time producing the oil and gas needed to power the world.
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