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The People v. CO2 - The coming tide of international climate lawsuits

The Federated States of Micronesia, some 8,000 miles away in the Pacific Ocean, has lodged a legal challenge to the [Cez Group's] Prunéřov plant [in the Czech Republic] on the grounds that its chronic pollution threatens the island nation's existence...or the first time, Micronesia is applying this tenet [transboundary harm] to climate change[also refers to Kivalina lawsuit against 19 oil & utility firms including BP, ExxonMobil]

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