Lawsuits related to climate change tend to lose if they are attempting to cut emissions at coal-­powered plants, and tend to win if they are attempting to support renewables and greater energy efficiency. | Harper's Magazine

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Lawsuits related to climate change tend to lose if they are attempting to cut emissions at coal-­powered plants, and tend to win if they are attempting to support renewables and greater energy efficiency.

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Lawsuits related to climate change tend to lose if they are attempting to cut emissions at coal-­powered plants, and tend to win if they are attempting to support renewables and greater energy efficiency.

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