climate
Euractiv | 17-May-2022
More European Union countries have shown signs of impatience with the ongoing reform of the Energy Charter Treaty, which critics say impedes efforts to phase out fossil fuels, according to leaked diplomatic cables.
The Guardian | 17-May-2022
One of the biggest barriers will be the legal infrastructure that oil and gas companies and some coal companies have constructed to defend their investments, through treaties like the energy charter treaty.
CNCD 11.11.11 | 12-May-2022
Du 16 au 20 mai 2022 a lieu le dernier cycle de négociations sur la modernisation du Traité sur la Charte de l’énergie (TCE) avant la Conférence ministérielle ad hoc du 24 juin, où l’objectif sera de conclure un accord politique sur la réforme en cours.
CIAR Global | 10-May-2022
Un estudio advierte de que “La acción mundial contra el cambio climático podría generar más de 340.000 millones de dólares en reclamaciones legales de los inversores en petróleo y gas“.
Jones Day | 6-May-2022
ISDS is likely to be an increasingly important avenue for the resolution of climate change disputes.
The Conversation | 6-May-2022
We estimate that countries would face up to $340 billion in legal and financial risks for canceling fossil fuel projects that are subject to treaties with ISDS clauses.
CCSI | 4-May-2022
In the context of investment treaties and arbitration, states should not put private arbitrators in the driver’s seat on issues of valuation of fossil fuel assets and compensation.
EFE Verde | 28-Apr-2022
Ecologistas en Acción se ha manifestado frente al Congreso de los Diputados denunciando el «lavado verde» de los combustibles fósiles y el Tratado de la Carta de la Energía.
Client Earth | 27-Apr-2022
Withdrawal from the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) is the only realistic way for the European Union to fix the outdated treaty’s incompatibility with the EU’s own laws, a new in-depth legal study has found.
AFTINET | 6-Apr-2022
For the first time, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned that climate action is being jeopardised by trade agreements which give global corporations the right to sue governments.

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