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Radio-Canada | 24-nov-2021
L’entreprise TC Énergie a déposé une demande d’arbitrage en vertu des règles de l’ALENA demandant au gouvernement américain une compensation financière pour avoir annulé la construction du pipeline Keystone XL.
Counter Punch | 24-nov-2021
Extractive companies are the most frequent users of the investor-state dispute settlement system (ISDS), making up 29 percent of all ICSID claims in fiscal year 2021.
No TCI | 23-nov-2021
Hay un escollo del que nadie hablará en la COP26 que puede minar cualquier acuerdo alcanzado estas semanas para reducir el uso de combustibles fósiles : el Tratado de la Carta de la Energía (TCE).
BNN | 23-nov-2021
Developers of Keystone XL are seeking to recoup more than $15 billion in damages connected to President Joe Biden’s decision to yank a permit for the border-crossing oil pipeline even after construction began.
France 24 | 16-nov-2021
Governments which enact climate legislation risk being sued for trillions of dollars by fossil fuel companies seeking compensation for lost revenue and stranded assets.
Sud Ouest | 16-nov-2021
Au fur et à mesure que les pays diminuent la part des énergies fossiles, les géants du pétrole ou du charbon ont recours à des tribunaux d’arbitrage qui leur permettent de poursuivre les Etats.
AFTINET | 8-nov-2021
In a significant step forward in the campaign against Investor-State Dispute Settlements (ISDS), Australia has announced its withdrawal from its signatory status to the Energy Charter Treaty.
The Guardian | 4-nov-2021
Treaty allows energy corporations to sue governments for billions over policies that could hurt their profits.
Inequality.org | 2-nov-2021
Allowing oil, mining, and gas companies to continue to file expensive lawsuits over environmental regulations could undermine whatever agreements might be reached in the COP26 in Glasgow.
Bloomberg | 29-oct-2021
Coal plant owners are using this little-known mechanism to try and recoup billions from governments who are forcing them to shut down polluting plants

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