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Comment IANAL but I'm wondering for any here who are (Score 1) 289

Would they be able to take any sort of action in any of the world courts? I know the countries who are (arguably) most responsible for climate change are often the ones denying any link between man and global warming. But the rest of the world seems to, in large part, support the theory that mankind's actions are causing the increase in global temperatures. Because of that could the "denying" countries be overruled in the courts by all of the countries that do believe in the link? And would the fact that some of the denying countries (and others) just had a major summit to discuss steps that each country agrees to take to fight climate change count as some sort of evidence that there is acknowledgement that mankind is involved?

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