ClientEarth has written to the UK Government asking for urgent answers over disturbing holes in court-ordered plans to clean up illegal levels of air pollution.
ClientEarth has today complained to the EU Ombudsman about the European Commission’s unlawful handling of a long-delayed list of nano-chemicals in cosmetics.
A Stuttgart judge has ruled that retrofitting illegally polluting diesel vehicles will not solve the German region’s air quality crisis.
Having promised to make air quality a top priority, Michael Gove appears to have fallen at the first hurdle.
The European Commission is facing a second court challenge for allowing a Canadian company to sell two dangerous chemicals used for road markings in the EU.
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