Environmental organisations are mounting a legal challenge against two Greek power plants for their failure to comply with EU, national and international laws.
New laws are part of an “alarming trend” towards the restriction of people’s environmental rights, say legal experts.
Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have put the directors of Energa and Enea on notice of the increasing risk of legal action if they proceed with the project.
ClientEarth has filed a complaint to Sweden’s Supreme Administrative Court to halt the construction of a 510 kilometre-long section of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in Swedish waters.
Impacts of burning waste and petrochemicals in Bulgaria’s most polluted towns will remain uncharted.
“I believe that sustainable development and protection of the environment are the most crucial areas that need to be addressed today. Working at ClientEarth allows me to collaborate with talented people who are not only dedicated lawyers and policy makers but who are also passionate about making a significant and positive change to the environment. Together at ClientEarth we can make a difference to the world around us.”
- Ocena nowelizacji ustawy o OZE
- Ocena wpływu planowanego przedsięwzięcia polegającego na budowie i eksploatacji gazociągu Nord Stream 2 na środowisko Bałtyku
- Assessment of the Polish Act on the Capacity Market
- Transposition of EU Directives into national laws
- Memo – Legality of continuing to apply ‘old’ comitology procedures to the Ecodesign Directive
- Legal briefing: The possible integration of financial and fiscal provisions in the Directive 2002/91/EC on the Energy Performance of Buildings
- Legal briefing – self-regulation measures under the Ecodesign Directive
- Public consultation on EIB’s Energy Lending Policy – comments by ClientEarth
- Ocena ustawy o rynku mocy
- Uwagi do projektu rozporządzenia Ministra Energii w sprawie szczegółowych zasad kształtowania i kalkulacji taryf oraz rozliczeń w obrocie energią elektryczną
- Memorandum on the Finnish public consultation process regarding the investor’s water permit application for NordStream 2
- A briefing by Energy Cities and ClientEarth on the public participation provisions within the Energy Union Governance Regulation