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Read time: 4 minsCampaigners opposing Heathrow expansion today remained defiant as a top court ruled that the government’s decision to approve it was legal. The Supreme Court concluded...

Air Pollution Contributed to Death of Nine-year-old Ella Kissi-Debrah, Landmark Ruling Finds

Read time: 3 minsIllegal levels of air pollution contributed to the death of a nine-year-old girl, a court found today. Inner South London Coroner Philip Barlow...

How Big Ag is Influencing What Irish Students Learn About Climate Change

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New Youth Climate Lawsuit Launched Against UK Goverment on Five Year Anniversary of Paris...

Read time: 6 minsThree young British citizens and the climate litigation charity Plan B today announced they are taking legal action against the UK...

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Read time: 3 minsJoe Brindle and Eleanor Andrade May both volunteer for Teach The Future, a youth-led campaign pushing for broad climate education in the...

Shell on Trial in Dutch Court Over Failure to Cut Emissions

Read time: 4 minsShell has appeared in court in the Netherlands accused of breaching its duty of care obligations and human rights law by...

Report Calls for ‘Green New Deal’ for Gatwick

Read time: 5 minsThousands of new low-carbon jobs could be created around Gatwick Airport if the local recovery from the coronavirus pandemic focuses on...

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