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Climate change expected to cause refugee crisis: Should the worst polluters be held financially responsible?

  • Yes, the worst polluters should be held financially responsible.

    Yes, the worst polluters should be held financially responsible, possibly by being taxed. This may be the only way to convince people to change their ways. We cannot let the earth move closer to the end. Climate change is pushing us toward the end of the planet as we know it.

  • If it hurts others.

    Climate change polluters should be held responsible under tort law because they hurt other people. There is a concept in the law called torts. Any time there is a way that a person hurts other people the person who is hurt should have a way to compensate themselves for the damages.

  • Yes, the worst polluters be held financially responsible for climate change.

    Yes, the world's worst-polluting countries should be held financially responsible for the ill effects of climate change. It is unfair to expect the people of nations who have not contributed much to the climate change crisis to pay for the effects of this phenomenon. The wealthy countries responsible for climate change should pay up.

  • Yes, they should.

    The worst polluters, such as large corporations should be held financially responsible and the people who are displaced by global climate change should be taken care of by this group of people and organizations. By holding them responsible finacially, they might think twice about what they are doing to cause global warming and stop it.

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