Lawyers expose clients to ‘substantial legal risk’ by failing to consider climate targets

Lawyers who support transactions inconsistent with the 1.5°C limit expose themselves and their clients to “substantial legal risk as well as the real-world risk of catastrophe”, warn a group of leading lawyers.

by Pippa Neill

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