climate
Both Ends | 4-Mar-2022
From a climate perspective, the expected reform outcome is a failure. No Contracting Party will end investment protection for fossil fuels in a timeline that is necessary to align with the Paris Agreement.
Le Vif | 28-Feb-2022
Le Traité sur la Charte de l’énergie (TCE) pourrait mettre en échec l’adoption de mesures structurelles ambitieuses de protection sociale visant à contrer la hausse de prix de l’énergie et à protéger les ménages.
Climate Home News | 28-Feb-2022
The German government has been worried about being sued by the fossil fuel companies behind the Russian gas pipeline under the Energy Charter Treaty.
CCPA | 22-Feb-2022
Koch claims that Ontario’s abrupt cancellation of its cap-and-trade system in 2018 violated the NAFTA Chapter 11 minimum standard of treatment and expropriation clauses.
Radio-Canada | 11-Feb-2022
Après l’entreprise TC Énergie, c’est maintenant le gouvernement albertain qui soumet une demande d’arbitrage en vertu de l’Accord de libre-échange nord-américain (ALENA).
Alberta Politics | 10-Feb-2022
Alberta bid to recover $1.3-billion loss from KXL shutdown is politically motivated and unlikely to succeed
Reuters | 10-Feb-2022
The Canadian province of Alberta formally initiated a trade challenge to recover its investment in the Keystone XL oil pipeline, which was scrapped in 2021 after the United States cancelled a key permit.
Climate Home News | 26-Jan-2022
Campaigners say the UK and Switzerland are defending fossil fuel interests in Energy Charter Treaty modernisation talks to tempt firms to relocate their HQs.
IISD | 24-Jan-2022
The fossil fuel industry is the most litigious industry in the ISDS system by number of cases, accounting for almost 20% of the total known ISDS cases across all sectors.
Capital Monitor | 17-Jan-2022
Countries party to the Energy Charter Treaty are under yet more pressure to reform the agreement following the Cop26 climate summit, as they weigh the benefits of climate action against the likelihood of getting sued.

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