climate
Reuters | 8-Feb-2023
The European Commission has told member countries that a joint EU exit from a controversial international energy treaty appears inevitable.
Collectif Stop CETA Mercosur | 3-Feb-2023
Le retrait de la France du Traité sur la Charte de l’Energie sera effectif au 8 décembre 2023, une fois passé le délai d’un an depuis la date où la notification du retrait a été enregistrée.
Saskia Bricmont | 25-Jan-2023
This report analyzes the proposed interpretive guidance on the Investment Chapter of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union.
Saskia Bricmont | 25-Jan-2023
La déclaration en voulant clarifier les choses crée de nouvelles zones de flou et, en définitive, tout dépend de la conception que les arbitres devant régler un différend précis se font du lien entre la transition et la protection des investissements.
Euractiv | 25-Jan-2023
Since October 2022, seven EU member states have announced plans to withdraw from the European Charter Treaty. Across the board, the message is clear: the insufficient and potentially climate-damaging treaty reform effort is no longer a politically viable option.
EJIL: Talk! | 23-Jan-2023
The way in which the reasoning of the Rockhopper award expels any environmental considerations has the effect of making climate change interventions considerably more costly
Open Democracy | 23-Jan-2023
The treaty allows fossil fuel companies to sue governments for taking climate change action. It must go.
Public Citizen | 20-Jan-2023
The State Department requested the $15 billion case be thrown out on jurisdictional grounds, as President Joe Biden revoked the permit for the pipeline on his first day in office, long after the US-Mexico Canada Agreement was in effect.
Grist | 18-Jan-2023
Investor-state dispute settlements increasingly allow oil and gas investors to sue countries over their climate policies.

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