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Today’s big business decisions decide everyone’s future wellbeing

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    EU Court to judge controversial investment rules in Canada trade deal

    Belgium has delivered on its promise to ask the European Court of Justice to rule on whether controversial investment tribunals set up by the EU-Canada trade deal contradict EU law.

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    Bulgarian proposals threaten environmental access to justice

    A coalition supported by ClientEarth has called on the European Commission to protect access to justice in Bulgaria in the face of new proposals from the country’s ruling party.

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    Extreme weather means more litigation risk for business and government

    With Hurricane Harvey battering Texas, a new report by ClientEarth warns that governments and business may be increasingly at risk of litigation for failing to prevent foreseeable climate-related harm to people and infrastructure.

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    Australian climate reporting lawsuit could have “global ramifications”

    Climate reporting standards will be tested for the first time in the Australian courts. ClientEarth lawyers say it could have global ramifications.

  • “The environment is not protected by environmental laws only. In our project, we use company and financial laws to drive companies, investors and directors towards sustainable, environmentally sound modes of governance and decision-making.”

    Alice Garton
    Lawyer (Australian qualified),
    Company and Financial Project Leader

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