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Les grands pollueurs comme le pétrole, le gaz, le charbon et les sociétés transnationales agricoles ne sont pas seulement les plus gros émetteurs; leur déni du climat, le lobbying et l’ingérence politique font de ces industries l’un des principaux obstacles à une politique climatique saine aux niveaux local, national et international.   Le think-tank Corporate… » read more

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Der Rechtsstreit Saúl Luciano Lliuya gegen RWE, der in der deutschen Stadt Hamm stattfindet, ist nun in die Beweisführung eingetreten. Diese historische Klage, in der ein peruanischer Bauer einen deutschen Energieriesen verklagt hat, könnte Folgen für Investoren weltweit haben. Hamm (30. Nov. 2017). Die heute verkündete Entscheidung des Oberlandesgerichts Hamm für den Eintritt in die… » read more

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The Case Saúl Luciano Lliuya versus RWE, taking place in the German town of Hamm, has now gone into the evidentary phase. This historic lawsuit, in which a Peruvian farmer has sued a German energy giant, might have consequences for investors and firms around the world that might have to deal with more cases of… » read more

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As negotiations to design the Paris Rulebook developed during COP23, finding an agreement on the sensitive topic of climate finance proved to be a major obstacle in bringing the guidelines for Paris forward. Specifically Article 9.5 of the Paris Agreement brought discussions to a full stop during the second week of COP23. But what is… » read more

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In the last days of COP23, a final text came out that defines the Tanaloa Dialogue, and thus lays out the path for an inclusive climate dialogue during 2018. The COP22 and COP24 presidencies consulted all the countries to agree on how this process will look like.   But what is the Tanaloa Dialogue? It… » read more

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By Arthur Wyns At the COP23 in Bonn, Germany, international climate change negotiations are well underway now prime ministers have joined the negotiations, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Emmanuel Macron. The UN climate negotiations in Bonn have turned out to be of a very technical nature, with much of the Rulebook needed… » read more

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One of the most contentious issues of the COP23 has made significant progress during the second week in Bonn. The opening plenary saw developed countries asking developing countries for a clear discussion about their climate action prior to year 2020. After many informal discussions and some back and forth, all parties finally agreed on a… » read more

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