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Professor tries for double play in toxic tort case before Supreme Court

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- When John Korzen makes his Supreme Court debut next week, it will mark one of the few times in recent memory that a law school professor has argued before the justices. Korzen represents two dozen landowners seeking damages for environmental contamination in Asheville, N.C. The Wake Forest University professor will be going toe to toe with tough opponents -- an attorney from a global law firm and the Department of Justice, which has intervened on the side of the alleged polluter.

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Renewable energy rises, but IPCC authors warn that nuclear power must also rise to replace fossil fuels

Over the past decade and a half, countries around the world have taken unprecedented steps to shift their energy dependence from fossil fuels to alternative resources, yet carbon emissions from the energy sector continue to rise. The energy supply sector is the largest single contributor to human-caused global warming, and if the world hopes to head off potentially dangerous temperature rises, emissions from the sector will have to be sharply curtailed by midcentury, scientists say.

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