France, Denmark and Spain are failing to enforce the EU ban on fish discards, threatening European fish stocks and the health of our ocean.
Today Europe’s top court has upheld the strict protection that EU law offers to wolves and other species. The ruling is a key milestone in the protection of endangered Finnish wolves.
The CJEU has confirmed the broad principles defined by the General Court on the scope and standard of its review in the context of the internal review procedure.
ClientEarth has seen the conclusion of two domestic proceedings with important implications for access to justice in environmental matters in Sweden and Finland.
EU law also requires that the public and environmental NGOs have access to courts to challenge forest management plans. This was not the case in Poland.