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Fossil Fuel Companies Could be Exposed to “Mass Litigation” for Climate Damage

By |August 4, 2022|Reports|

Climate-related disasters are becoming more severe and frequent around the world. Yet, fossil fuel companies are profiting in the trillions churning out the coal, oil and gas that fuels these devastating events. These disasters cause destruction to countless lives, with the burden falling hardest on the most vulnerable and underserved communities.  In a first-of-its-kind legal case, Peruvian farmer Saúl Luciano Lliuya is suing the German energy giant RWE for such damage. Lliuya's case argues climate change risks a glacial lake outburst flood that could destroy his [...]

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