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Extreme event attribution is one of the most rapidly expanding areas of climate science.

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Read more: Scientists Can Now Blame Individual Natural Disasters on Climate Change

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NEW YORK/TEPIC — A clutch of high-profile legal cases over responsibility for the effects of climate change will be fought out in courtrooms next year as claims stack up against both governments and some of the world’s biggest oil and energy companies.

Read more: Climate change cases predicted to make a legal splash in 2018

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Pope Francis has once again underscored the perils of manmade “climate change,” urging nations to adopt practical measures to counteract its effects.

After his “Angelus” message in Saint Peter’s Square Sunday, the Pope gave a shout-out to the “One Planet Summit” that will take place in Paris this week, voicing his hopes for the summit’s success in fighting climate change.

“Two years after the adoption of the Paris climate agreement,” the summit will renew its commitment and “consolidate a shared strategy to counter the worrisome phenomenon of climate change,” the pontiff stated.

Read more: Pope Francis Endorses Paris Summit for Combating ‘Worrisome Phenomenon of Climate Change’

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