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Climate change activists take energy giant Shell to court in The Hague over emissions

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The move by Friends of the Earth is the latest in a string of cases around the world in which activists are using the courtroom as a venue to fight for action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from governments and companies.

Added on the 01/12/2020 13:50:12 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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