Description: Pro se plaintiff's lawsuit alleging that EPA restrictions on aerosols caused global warming.
Field v. EPA
Filing Date Type File Action Taken Summary 04/29/2020 Order Download Complaint dismissed. Texas Federal Court Dismissed Pro Se Plaintiff’s Action That Asserted Link Between EPA Restrictions on Aerosols and Global Warming. The federal district court for the Northern District of Texas dismissed for lack of standing a lawsuit against the the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in which an individual pro se plaintiff asserted that EPA restrictions since 1990 on aerosols in the atmosphere had caused global warming. The plaintiff said the restrictions should not be enforced until EPA demonstrated that the restrictions were not causing temperature increases. The district court adopted a magistrate judge’s findings, conclusions, and recommendations, finding that the plaintiff’s allegations of generalized harm failed to establish standing. 04/06/2020 Findings and Recommendations Download Findings, conclusions, and recommendation to dismiss issued by magistrate judge. 06/06/2019 Complaint Download Complaint filed.