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Climate Change Litigation Reaches France
Building on the Hague Court of Appeals decision of October 9, 2018, which ordered the Dutch government to take more effective actions to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, French non-governmental organizations (NGOs) likewise intend to hold the French state liable for its alleged failure to effectively combat climate change.
United States
13 Feb 2019
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Climate Change Litigation Heats Up In Europe
The Court of Appeal upheld Urgenda's cross-appeal.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
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Land Use And Forestry To Contribute To Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Under The European Union Framework
The LULUCF Regulation does not set any obligation for private parties, but it may ultimately result in stronger obligations for actors in the LULUCF sector.
France
6 Nov 2018
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First EU-Wide Climate Change Litigation
Building on a rise in climate change litigation in Europe, applicants representing 10 families from EU and non-EU States, as well as an association of young Sami people, have brought an action against ...
European Union
8 Aug 2018
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The Climate Report - Winter 2018
The U.S. Department of Interior has rescinded a set of climate change and environmental mitigation policy documents adopted during the Obama Administration for use in DOI's evaluation...
United States
9 Mar 2018
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France Submits "Global Pact For The Environment" - An Umbrella Treaty For The Environment
The Global Pact project is extensively built on existing principles, many of them enshrined in the Stockholm Declaration of 1972 and the Rio Declaration of 1992.
Worldwide
12 Sep 2017
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