City sues fossil fuel businesses over climate change costs
By Nina Wu email@example.com
March 10, 2020
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City leaders Monday discussed the filing of a lawsuit alleging that large fossil fuel companies are accountable for the costs and consequences of climate change that companies knowingly inflicted on Honolulu and its taxpayers. Department of Facility Maintenance Director Ross Sasamura, left; Council Budget Chairman Joey Manahan; Chief Resilience Officer and Executive Director of the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency Josh Stanbro; and Acting Corporation Counsel Paul Aoki held the news conference.