Vanuatu is calling for a new ‘loss and damage fund’ to ensure payments from those most responsible for climate change go towards those most affected by climate disasters.
- Climate ambition of 1.5°C demands urgent legal and accounting work
- Science behind climate attribution drives litigation risk for business and government
ClientEarth has submitted a written objection to Drax Power’s plans to build four new gas turbines, on the grounds that it breaches the government’s planning and climate change recommendations.
As the UN pushes for urgent climate action, judges reaffirm governments must commit to fighting climate change.
World governments are “nowhere near on track” to avoid breaking through international carbon budgets.
Directors of companies have been put on notice of climate risk and liability during the world’s first national inquiry into the human rights impacts of climate change, in the Philippines today.