What implications does the Montana court ruling have for the UK?

Earlier this month, a US judge ruled in favour of a group of 16 young people from the US state of Montana saying the state had violated their right to a “clean and healthful environment” by promoting the use of fossil fuels. This ruling has been hailed as a “landmark legal decision”, but what are its implications for the UK? Isabella Kaminski reports.

by Isabella Kaminski

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