Florida Youth Explain Their Reasons for Suing the State of Florida in their Significant Climate Change Litigation


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On January 8, 2020, at Florida State University’s College of Law in Tallahassee, 4 of the 8 young people suing the State of Florida explained their personal reasons for becoming Plaintiffs in the litigation entitled Reynolds, et al, v.The State of Florida, et al.

The case is filed in the Circuit Court in and for Leon County, Florida. This except of the program lasts about 24 minutes and is worth every second.

Thank you for Joining Climate Monitor for this episode. If you have any questions please contact Our Children’s Trust at OurChildrensTrust.org. On that site, you can also find information about other OTC cases, including Julianna v. United States, the major federal litigation pending in Oregon.

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