Governments and firms in 28 countries sued over climate crisis - report

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Governments and firms in 28 countries sued over climate crisis - report

More than 1,300 legal actions over global heating brought since 1990, say researchers

Climate action lawsuits against governments and corporations have spread across 28 countries, according to a new analysis. The study reveals that more than 1,300 legal actions concerning climate change...

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