Supreme Court to Decide Landmark Climate Case by ProQuest

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"The ramifications of this holding, if it is allowed to stand, are staggering," Peter Keisler, a partner at law firm Sidley Austin, wrote in a brief on behalf of the utility companies. "Virtually every entity and industry in the world is responsible for some emissions of carbon dioxide and is thus a potential defendant in climate change nuisance actions under the theory of this case."

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