Ugo Taddei archive
Two recent decisions from national courts in air quality matters in the UK and Germany provide a bright example of why having access to justice is crucial.
Belgian court provides opportunity to set binding precedent on the right of the public to enforce air quality monitoring rules
The Court of First Instance of Brussels issued an interim judgment in the clean air case that ClientEarth is pursuing against the Brussels Regional government.
On 11 July 2017, the Conseil d’État ordered the French government to produce plans to achieve air quality limit values in the shortest time possible.