Find more about the anniversary celebrations of the Aarhus Convention, European cities going to Court against the Commission, CJEU decision on a letter from ECHA to France…
In this article, we provide our answer to the EU Commission’s public consultation on access to justice. Amending the Aarhus Regulation is the only means available to bring the EU into compliance with its international law obligations.
ClientEarth and EEB call on EU Environment ministers to improve access to justice for the public at EU level
In an open letter sent on April 10 to EU environment ministers gathered in Bulgaria, ClientEarth and the EEB call on the EU to comply with the Aarhus Convention, the UN’s flagship treaty on environmental democracy.
Supreme Administrative Court of Poland denies local resident the right to challenge air quality program
In January 2018 the Supreme Administrative Court of Poland upheld the decision of the Regional Administrative Court denying standing to a resident, to challenge the air quality program adopted by the Silesian Regional Assembly.
Two interesting and very welcomed initiatives pushing for more access to justice in environmental matters have been initiated by “Brussels”.