Climate advocacy is overly dominated by scientists and engineers and is weakened by the lack of historians, philosophers and artists
Samuele Landi has been convicted for bankruptcy fraud in Italy. That was no problem for the UAE firm doing forest carbon credit deals across Africa.
Non-binary and trans people have been detained and deported at Dubai airport and being gay is effectively criminalised in the UAE
The taskforce, set to be launched at Cop28, will consider the feasibility of levies on shipping, aviation, financial transactions and fossil fuels.
Airlines are proving perfect targets for anti-greenwashing litigation, due to their dubious advertising claims
Five environmentalists have been jailed in the last two years, while the government works on a clean energy partnership with rich nations
The case, to be heard in the European Court of Human Rights on Wednesday, could change the way states are held accountable for climate harms
Argentina’s southern city of Sierra Grande started public hearings for a shipping terminal to export from Vaca Muerta, the world’s second largest shale gas reserve
Around 60% of voters said oil reserves in the Yasuní National Park should be left in the ground in binding vote
The Energy Charter Treaty, which Spain is trying to leave, protects investments in fossil fuels and in renewables
The Green Climate Fund suspended a $117 million forest conservation project in Nicaragua over escalating violence against indigenous people.
An upcoming summit on protecting the Amazon has become the focus of a Indigenous and civil society-led campaign to set up an exclusion zone for fossil fuels
As Morocco faces increasingly extreme temperatures, indigenous communities in the country’s southeast suffer the brunt of the climate crisis
The Russian government has clamped down on environmental organisations who they say are a threat to their economic security
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The Council of Europe will discuss the right to a healthy environment at a “historic” upcoming leaders summit in Reykjavik
Four environmental groups are taking the EU Commission to the European Court of Justice over some gas plant’s inclusion in its green taxonomy
The European Court of Human Rights has heard its first two lawsuits on climate change, brought against the governments of Switzerland and France.
The United Nations has ordered the International Court of Justice to advise states on their legal responsibilities on climate change, following a global initiative led by Vanuatu
Indigenous people protect the forests but the organisation writing up a rule-book for high-quality carbon offsets has not adequately consulted them