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What do the Dutch court ruling on Shell and shareholder moves at Chevron and Exxon mean for large oil companies in the era of climate action?

Protesters outside a court hearing in the case against Royal Dutch Shell in The Hague, December 1, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw

James Bacchus

Adjunct Scholar, Cato Institute, Distinguished University Professor of Global Affairs, and Director of the Center for Global Economic and Environmental Governance, University of Central Florida

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