EDITORIAL : Two recent decisions from national courts in air quality matters in the UK and Germany provide a bright example of why having access to justice is crucial.
More than three out of four people across the UK support a new law to ensure fish stocks are protected from overfishing after Britain leaves the EU, according to a new study.
Via Iuris is going to challenge regional Court’s decision denying citizens legal standing to challenge construction works close to protected areas.
The CJEU recently adopted a disappointing interpretation of the rule that judicial procedures should not be prohibitively expensive in Article 11(4) EIA Directive.
CJEU rules against the Commission: the health impacts of GMOs can be challenged under the Aarhus Regulation
In a ground-breaking judgement, the Court of Justice of the EU ruled that the health impacts of GMOs could be challenged under the Aarhus Regulation.
“Working at ClientEarth allows me to practise as a lawyer and fight for a cause I believe in at the same time. Ensuring the correct implementation of the Aarhus Convention not only leads to a better protection of the environment and public health but also brings democracy in providing the public with rights that make them part of the decision-making process and in turn make our decision-makers accountable. Aarhus is about enabling the people to make the future their own.”
- Joint Amicus Brief in the national inquiry on the impact of climate change on the human rights of the Filipino people
- Memo – Governance Regulation – EU EE binding target
- CoR conference – ENVE commission – 14th Meeting
- Apel organizacji ekologicznych w sprawie niezależnych sądów
- Towards a more diligent and sustainable system of investment protection
- Complaint to the European Ombudsman – Failure of the European Commission to disclose conformity checking documents in compliance with case C-612/13 P ClientEarth v Commission
- Complaint to the European Investment Bank’s Complaint Mechanism – Noncompliance of the European Investment Bank’s Transparency Policy with EU and international law on access to information
- Complaint to the European Ombudsman on the European Investment Bank’s Transparency Policy
- Letter from European Obmudsman responding to ClientEarth’s complaint about the European Investment Bank
- Commission decision on request for internal review of DEHP decision
- Draft findings of the Aarhus Compliance Committee – the EU is in violation of the access to justice provisions of the Aarhus Convention
- Civil Society Open Letter to Jean-Luc Demarty, Director-General for Trade, about his comments on CETA