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Climate Governance

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    Climate change concerns lead to rejection of Druridge Bay coal mine

    Plans for a huge opencast coal mine at Druridge Bay were today formally rejected by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid, on the basis that the environmental impact would be too significant.

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    Ugandan government to face court in the country’s first climate change case

    Four young people and local NGO Greenwatch are suing the government for failing to protect them from climate change dangers like drought and food shortages.

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    UK carbon reductions plan is not enough, advisors warn

    The UK government must do more, faster, to meet its legally binding carbon reduction targets, according to the latest report from its advisors.

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    Climate litigation blind date brings scientists and lawyers together

    Lawyers and scientists met in London to discuss climate litigation, the challenges it poses for both disciplines, and how they could work together.

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  • Julie Finkler

  • Anna Frączyk, Project Coordinator, Climate & Energy, ClientEarth

    Anna Frączyk

  • Karla Hill, Director of Programmes, ClientEarth

    Karla Hill

  • Sam Hunter Jones, Lawyer, Climate Accountability, Environmental Lawyers ClientEarth

    Sam Hunter Jones

  • Ilona Jędrasik

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