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Aug
17
The Wave mid-month news round-up

The Wave mid-month news round-up

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Aug
03
View of Forbidden City obscured by air pollution

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
5 min read
Jul
20
The Wave mid-month news round-up

The Wave mid-month news round-up

4 min read
Jul
07
Collaborate or die: How working together can boost climate litigation

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
6 min read
Jun
15
The Wave mid-month news round-up

The Wave mid-month news round-up

6 min read
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

3 min read
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

2 min read
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