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29 July 2016

Philippines: World’s largest carbon producers ordered to respond to complaint alleging human rights abuses from climate change

In September 2015, civil society groups and typhoon survivors brought a complaint before the Commission of Human Rights of the Philippines calling for an investigation into the responsibility of big fossil fuel companies for fuelling climate change...

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23 June 2016

Report highlights new prospects for holding corporations accountable for human rights impacts of climate change

Author: Keely Boom, Julie-Anne Richards & Stephen Leonard, Climate Justice Programme (Australia)

"Climate Justice: The international momentum towards climate litigation", Jun 2016...

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20 May 2016
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Author: AFP

« Arctique: Oslo ouvre de nouvelles zones à la prospection pétrolière », 18 mai 2016...

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1 April 2016

Bulgaria: Lukoil refinery to get fined over air pollution

Author: Novinite (Bulgaria)

"Lukoil Bulgaria Refinery to Get Fined over Air Pollution"...

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25 December 2015

Kazakhstan: Video documentary on Berezovka villagers' struggle with oil companies following mass poisoning of children

Author: Crude Accountability

"The Forgotten Children of Berezovka", 24 December 2015...

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25 December 2015
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Author: Crude Accountability

Прошел год с момента тяжелого отравления 25 детей поселка Березовка 28 ноября 2014 года выбросами с нефтегазоконденсатного месторождения Карачаганак (Западный Казахстан). Виновники трагедии так и не установлены. Серьезно больные дети продолжают...

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25 December 2015
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22 September 2015

Philippines: Carbon majors face national human rights complaint on climate change for the first time

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25 August 2015

Economic cost to society exceeds profits at 20 top fossil fuel companies, says Cambridge Univ. study

Author: Chris Hope, University of Cambridge, in The Energy Collective

“Implicit Climate Subsidy Exceeds Profits at 20 Top Fossil Fuel Companies”...

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19 June 2015

Bulgaria's Environment Minister calls for imposing stricter fines on oil spills

Author: Novinite (Bulgaria)

Bulgarian Environment Minister Ivelina Vasileva called...for tightening fines imposed on oil spills. According to the Environmental Protection Act, the maximum fine, which could be imposed at present is BGN 100 000. Vasileva intends to undertake a...

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