Category Archives: Access to Environmental Justice

EU departure means a tough fight to protect our environment

In 1993 the Norwegian Environment Minister called John Gummer, the UK Environment Secretary, a drittsekk – a shitbag– because of the massive impact on Scandinavian lakes and forest of acid rain caused by emissions from British power stations. In the … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day Statement

On International Women’s Day, 8th March 2016, we raise our voices in indignation at the brutal murder of our sister Berta Cáceres – indigenous Lenca leader, community organiser, grassroots feminist and environmental justice activist. Berta was murdered in her home … Continue reading

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Climate crisis in overtime

‘We are here to implement the Convention, not to re-write it’. The words of India’s Environment Minister neatly sum up the position of global South countries as the UN climate negotiations in Lima near their scheduled end. Photo – Mural … Continue reading

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Government stalling on Aarhus compliance?

The Scottish Government’s proposals for new rules of court on Protective Expense Orders published last month are as disappointing as they are late. Codification of the rules of court on Protective Expense Orders (PEO) was recommended by Lord Gill’s review … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court intervention: hand-delivering two boxes full of 15 lever arch files

On Monday afternoon, around four o’clock I received a text from Juliet Swann asking if there was any chance that I’d be viagra vendita on line italia up for a day trip to London leaving tomorrow morning. I was free … Continue reading

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Access to environmental justice: The Supreme Court intervention

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Guest blog: Why big biomass is not sustainable

The Forth Energy biomass power schemes Critical appraisal of the carbon balance,  from Dr Ulrich Loening Renewable energy has finally become government policy. However the proposal by Forth Energy to construct four new biomass power plants cannot, in all probability, … Continue reading

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