A law in Vermont makes fossil fuel company pay for damages from climate change Vermont is the first state in the nation to adopt a superfund-style law for major oil companies. It lets the government take action to recoup climate-related damages.

A law in Vermont makes fossil fuel company pay for damages from climate change

A law in Vermont makes fossil fuel company pay for damages from climate change

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Vermont is the first state in the nation to adopt a superfund-style law for major oil companies. It lets the government take action to recoup climate-related damages.