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Shell ordered to cut its emissions – why this ruling could affect almost any major company in the world

By Arthur Petersen, Professor of Science, Technology and Public Policy, UCL
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Dutch judges have ordered the major oil and gas company, Royal Dutch Shell, to implement stringent carbon dioxide emissions cuts within the next few years. It is a ruling which could have far reaching consequences.

Six years after a first landmark climate ruling against the Dutch government, the district court of The Hague (administrative capital of the Netherlands) has again surprised the world by ordering


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