environment
AFTINET | 13-Oct-2021
While the tribunal has yet to make a decision about compensation to be paid, Eco Oro Minerals is claiming nearly $700 USD million.
The Monitor | 13-Oct-2021
A Canadian company’s successful challenge to a precautionary mining ban in Colombia shows how little investor–state dispute panels care about the right to regulate.
Mining Law Canada Blog | 6-Sep-2021
These decisions have the potential to significantly impact companies with current and future mining and development licences where there are questions around environmentally sensitive areas.
Reuters | 24-Aug-2021
A US government watchdog found multiple problems with the construction, manufacture and design of the Keystone pipeline.
Bloomberg | 12-Aug-2021
Shell didn’t say in its statement if it will withdraw the related arbitration claim.
Les Echos | 12-Aug-2021
Shell n’a pas indiqué dans sa déclaration si elle retirerait sa procédure d’arbitrage liée à cette affaire.
The Maritime Executive | 9-Aug-2021
A lawsuit filed against the Mexican government for denying a permit for seabed mining has put a spotlight on the lack of international rules for such practices.
East Asia Forum | 9-Aug-2021
Human rights experts are particularly concerned about the asymmetric nature of the system and a lack of investors’ human rights obligations. Together with high ISDS costs and arbitral awards, they undermine states’ ability to realise economic, social, cultural and environmental rights.
Gabriel Resources | 5-Aug-2021
The UNESCO application and inscription are fundamentally at odds with Romania’s obligations under its investment treaties in relation to Gabriel’s gold and silver project.
Al Jazeera | 3-Aug-2021
Corporate courts were invented to protect the West’s control of the world against decolonisation. They are now undermining attempts to halt climate change.

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