Links: ESG Investing, Judge-made Climate Law, etc. Posted on October 23, 2023October 23, 2023 by Jane Shaw Stroup New study says backlash against ESG investing (using environmental, social, and governance criteria) is having little impact. “Climate decision-making through the judiciary suddenly looks more viable than just a few months ago”: David Flemming on Real Clear Energy. That’s not a good thing. Senator Marco Rubio wants federal lenders to hold off on requiring tougher energy standards in new homes. He’s trying to add an amendment to the defense appropriations bill. Blackfeet Indians have persuaded the Biden administration to cancel oil and gas leases on Montana land they consider sacred. See EV news: New Mexico government to use only electric vehicles by 2035. Colorado to require 82 percent of cars sold in 2032 to be electric. Just a little behind California’s mandate of 100 percent mandate3 by 2035. Image by Sergei Tokmakov, Esq., for Pixabay.