Climate lawsuits undermined by a failure to utilize scientific evidence

Lawyers are using outdated data, or no data at all, in climate change litigation, which researchers say is lowering the potential success of the lawsuits. File Photo by tlegend/Shutterstock June 28 (UPI) — The lawyers litigating climate-related lawsuits aren’t keeping up with the science, according to a new survey, hindering their ability to hold governments…

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Cases caused by more infectious Delta variant more than double in Germany

Pediatric nurse Jenny gives a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine injection during vaccination at the Revolte Bar, which has been able to reopen after coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions were eased, in Berlin, Germany June 13, 2021. REUTERS/Annegret HilseBERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) – The share of COVID-19 cases caused by the more infectious Delta variant of…

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Mixing different Covid vaccines can boost immune response, study finds

A mixed schedule of vaccines where a shot of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine is given four weeks after an AstraZeneca shot will produce better immune responses than giving another dose of AstraZeneca, an Oxford study said on Monday.The study, called Com-COV, compared mixed two-dose schedules of Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, and found that in any combination,…

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Bill Barr Says He Suspected Trump’s Election Fraud Claims Were ‘Bullsh-t’ From The Start

Topline In his first public comments about his break from Donald Trump following the presidential election, former Attorney General Bill Barr says in an interview published Sunday by The Atlantic that he was skeptical of the ex-president’s election fraud claims long before he publicly dispelled them and green-lighted a Justice Department probe, which he claimed…

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