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Editor’s note: the costs of climate lawsuits and this week's climate talks

Shell petrol tankers
The court ruled against ClientEarth after it tried to establish that Shell’s board directors held a personal responsibility for the oil major’s disappointing climate policy (Photo: Peter Boer/Bloomberg)

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Let’s wrap up the week with our summary of key ESG news, including the English High Court decision to have ClientEarth foot the bill for Shell’s legal costs after the non-profit ...

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