An ocean of opportunities? Climate litigation is doing so well it’s now being eyed by investors
Imagine you’re trying to get compensation for water damage to your coastal home, caused by rising sea levels and
Why 2023 will be a watershed year for climate litigation
Over the past twelve months, courts from Indonesia to Australia have made ground-breaking rulings that blocked polluting power plants and
Why the International Criminal Court should investigate environmental crimes
On 10 August 2019, vast sections of rainforest in central Brazil were set alight as part of a coordinated action
Can climate litigation support loss and damage negotiations?
Loss and damage has been at the heart of much media reporting about the upcoming COP27 climate talks in Egypt
SLAPP attack: The clap-back against lawsuits that threaten climate activism. Plus news...
To call the Keystone XL pipeline controversial would be an understatement. Over the 13 years in which it was proposed,
Beaches and mountains, song and dance: Climate lawsuits force courts to hear see and hear things differently
When representatives of Australia’s federal court arrived on the shore of Melville Island, off the coast of Australia’s