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Jun
15
The Wave mid-month news round-up

The Wave mid-month news round-up

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May
25
Urgenda director Marjan Minnesma speaks to reporters after her organisation's landmark legal win

Urgenda two years on: What impact has the landmark climate lawsuit had?

Urgenda has become synonymous with a particular kind of lawsuit brought against a state for inaction on climate change. What
4 min read
May
18
The Wave mid-month news round-up

The Wave mid-month news round-up

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May
04
Why language matters to climate justice

Why language matters to climate justice

How can language can be a barrier to accessing and upholding the law, and how can it be overcome? Hamtramck
5 min read
Apr
20
The Wave mid-month news round-up

The Wave mid-month news round-up

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Apr
06
Rattling comfort zones: How judges are responding to climate litigation

Rattling comfort zones: How judges are responding to climate litigation

Courts across the world are increasingly having to assess lawsuits with climate arguments. How prepared are judges to take on
7 min read
Mar
02
‘It’s the only weapon we have’: Philippines hurricane survivors frustrated over fossil fuel report delay

‘It’s the only weapon we have’: Philippines hurricane survivors frustrated over fossil fuel report delay

People in the Philippines are pushing for a vital report on human rights and the fossil fuel industry to finally
7 min read
Feb
23
Why is climate litigation so sexy?

Why is climate litigation so sexy?

Hundreds of lawsuits have been brought to try to force states and companies to act on climate change. Why is
6 min read