Acts of God, human influence and litigation

Developments in attribution science are improving our ability to detect human influence on extreme weather events. By implication, the legal duties of government, business and others to manage foreseeable harms are broadening, and may lead to more climate change litigation.

ClientEarth’s CEO James Thornton and Sophie Marjanac, a member of our company and financial team, write with Lindene Patton of Earth & Water Law, Washington DC  for Nature Geoscience.

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Acts of God, human influence and litigation

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