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Editor’s note: US climate litigation and policy in an election year

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The US Supreme Court has rejected a request to move a lawsuit claiming the fossil fuel industry’s responsibility in climate change from a Minnesota court to a federal court (Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images)

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Climate litigation is an area that has kept on catching our attention in 2023, with growing numbers of lawsuits and novel arguments brought to the courts. Legal challenges are likely to keep us busy this year too. 

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