WEBINAR: Human Rights Strategies in Climate Change Litigation – A South Asian Perspective

On 2 July 2020, the GNHRE hosted the second of its webinar series, “Human Rights Strategies in Climate Change Litigation Across the Globe”. The second webinar focused on human rights and climate change litigation in South Asia. You can watch the recording of the webinar here: Human Rights Strategies in Climate Change Litigation – South […]

Urgenda and Dutch Dikastophobia: Is this the End of Public Interest Litigation for The Environment, and the end of Article 3:305a Dutch Civil Code?

Contributer: Otto Spijkers Introduction In recent years, the domestic courts of the Netherlands have produced a series of judgments, all relating to general issues of global concern, which have been praised by international lawyers from all over the world. In the Mothers of Srebrenica case, the Netherlands was held responsible for the failure of a […]

Recent Developments in Australian Climate Change Litigation (T. Bach and J. Brown)

Author(s) Tracey Bach ( Vermont Law School , USA ) Justin Brown ( Vermont Law School , USA ) Keywords Climate change, climate change litigation, Australia and climate change, environmental statutes and climate change, greenhouse gases, intergenerational accountability, coal Abstract Professor Bach and co-author Justin Brown chart new developments in climate change litigation in Recent […]