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The recent 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, once again focused the world’s attention on the issue of global warming. But far from Copenhagen, the issue of whether global warming will become the next mass tort is playing out in courtrooms across America. Notwithstanding long-running debates in the scientific and political realms, the courts have only recently begun to grapple with this issue.
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