|European Environmental Law Observatory News
The Aarhus Newsletter has
Willing to animate an ever more engaging debate on European environmental law, ClientEarth’s
newsletter now includes updates
on important judgments and legal
doctrine, even beyond Aarhus.
|The scope of the
procedure provided under Regulation 1367/2006
invalidated by the
Anais Berthier writes in Environmental Law Network International Review about a first success in the long run for better access to justice in the EU.
|Petitioning the Parliament: Commission must meet its
access to documents
The European Commission has repeatedly failed to meet its obligations on allowing NGOs and citizens groups access to
documents - particularly regarding environmental information. We are calling on the Parliament to take measures to ensure the
Commission complies with the law.
|What is the European Union Aarhus Centre?
ClientEarth has established the European Union Aarhus Centre to offer NGOs and citizens’ groups top-level legal advice on their
rights to information, participation and justice in environmental
matters. It is headed by Europe’s leading authority on environmental law, Professor Ludwig Kramer.