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Open Democracy | 23-Sep-2022
Australia deal and Energy Charter Treaty show why we must be able to hold government accountable for trade.
The Conversation | 8-Sep-2022
It’s a portent of claims Australia may face from British companies invested in Australia’s fossil-fuel industries if the United Kingdom gets its way and joins the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The Guardian | 25-Aug-2022
Italian government ordered to compensate UK firm after exploration forbidden within 12 miles of coast.
BNE Intellinews | 22-Aug-2022
The half-brother of ousted UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will bring a $50mn lawsuit against Mongolia to try to recover an investment into a mining project that went horribly wrong.
Global Justice Now | 23-May-2022
UK government urged to exit controversial Energy Charter Treaty, dubbed ‘the fossil fuel industry’s secret weapon’.
Salisbury Journal | 19-May-2022
Protestors will be gathering to march to the Rockhopper Exploration headquarters. The company is suing the Italian government for £236 million due to its refusal to allow oil drilling off the Adriatic Coast.
Brig Newspaper | 19-May-2022
Global Justice Stirling is holding a rally against corporate courts in front of Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow.
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre | 9-May-2022
Without adequate rules and the right business incentives to protect workers and communities, trade deals can contribute to a ‘race to the bottom’.
Ascent Resources | 5-May-2022
Amendments to the mining law in Slovenia which prohibit the use of any hydraulic stimulation in mining exploitation constitute further breaches of the protections established by the BIT and the ECT.
Natural Gas World | 17-Mar-2022
It now says legislators are amending Slovenia’s mining law to further restrict "all forms of hydraulic stimulation", and this could increase damages it is due under its arbitration claim.

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