Creating Arguments that have successfully been used in the courts

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  • 17:19, 30 March 2021 MGreif talk contribs deleted page Arguments that have successfully been used in the courts (content was: "This page provides an overview of arguments that have been used in climate litigation cases, organized by type of case. On this page you'll find links to important precedents for each case type and links to other resources available online. To view more cases, check out the Cases by Country page, the [http://climatecasechart.com/ Sabin Center Climate Change Litigation Database], or the [https://climate-laws.org/ Grantham Research Institute Climate Change Laws of...")

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