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
Is there climate litigation in China?
Activism may be difficult in China, but the courts are a suprisingly welcome venue for environmental lawsuits
Activism has long
Collaborate or die: How working together can boost climate litigation
Collaboration can be one of the climate litigation movement's greatest strengths as litigants work together to exchange ideas, inspire new
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
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?