Saturday, December 4, 2021
Home Climate411 Claim: A Canadian Climate Lawsuit May Succeed Because of a Dutch Climate...

Claim: A Canadian Climate Lawsuit May Succeed Because of a Dutch Climate Activist Victory

-

The Dutch Supreme Court in 2015 ruled that that the Netherlands had until 2020 to reduce CO2 emissions by 25%, a ruling which was upheld in a 2019 appeal. Canadian assistant law professor Karinne Lantz thinks that the decision of the Dutch court might impact an ongoing Canadian climate lawsuit, because Canada is a signatory to the same treaties which got the Dutch Government into trouble.

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Claim: Air Bubbles Sound Climate Change’s Impact on Glaciers #ASA181

"Recording the underwater sounds from a melting terminus will open the door to long-term acoustical monitoring of ice loss, and how it is linked...

Study: Global warming not responsible for Madagascar Famine

"It's really important not to automatically assume that every bad thing that is happening is because of climate change, it's not true."

Japan Is Backing Oil and Gas Even After COP26 Climate Talks

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT DECEMBER 3, 2021 By Paul Homewood Another wheel falls off the COP26 Bandwagon! It’s been less...