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Blog post
19 November 2019

Interview: Lucielle Paru, human rights activist in Papua New Guinea working with the Central Province Pressure Group.

Lucielle Paru is a traditional chief and human rights activist from Papua New Guinea working with the Central Province Pressure Group and the Papua Native Landowners’ Association. For the past decade she has worked on a number of ecological and human rights issues, including deep-sea mining.

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Article
20 August 2019

Fiji: Prime Minister calls for 10-year moratorium on seabed mining to allow proper scientific research

Author: Nic Maclellan, Papua New Guinea Today

"Fiji calls for sea-bed mining moratorium as Nautilus restructures", 13 August 2019...

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Article
13 July 2019

Climate change litigation becomes a global trend, new report says

Author: Dana Drugmand, Climate Liability News

"Climate Litigation Has Become a Global Trend, New Report Shows", 8 Jul 2019...

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5 March 2019

Addressing inequalities of power: Landmark class action seeks justice for 15,500 Indonesian seaweed farmers affected by 2009 Montara oil spill

Author: Ben Slade, Legal Counsel at Maurice Blackburn (Australia)

Jelena Rudd speaks with Ben Slade, of Maurice Blackburn, legal counsel in Sanda v PTTEP Australia (Ashmore Cartier) Pty Ltd, a class action brought on behalf of 15,500 Indonesian seaweed farmers.

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Article
21 February 2019

USA: 5 oil companies sued by state of Rhode Island for failure to move to lower carbon initiatives

Author: Dana Drugmand, Climate Liability News

"Rhode Island Argues to Keep Its Climate Suit in State Court", 7 Feb 2019...

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Article
17 January 2019

Kenya: How land rights & environmental concerns are slowing completion of energy projects

Author: Amenya Ochieng, Kenya News Agency

"The ‘Pains And Gains’ Of Lamu’s Mega Projects"...

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Story
3 July 2018

USA: Rhode Island files lawsuit against oil & gas companies over climate change impacts

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Article
2 July 2018

Rhode Island sues oil companies over climate change

Author: Timothy Cama, The Hill (USA)

Rhode Island’s attorney general sued a dozen oil and natural gas companies and their affiliates Monday in state court, accusing them of causing climate change and not sufficiently mitigating its effects.  Attorney General Peter Kilmartin said Rhode...

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Article
2 July 2018

Rhode Island Sues Oil Companies Over Climate Change, First State to Do So

Author: Nicholas Kusnetz, Inside Climate News (USA)

Rhode Island on Monday became the first state to sue oil companies over the effects of climate change, filing a complaint seeking damages for the costs associated with protecting the state from rising seas and severe weather...[S]tate Attorney General...

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Article
23 May 2017

Myanmar: Fishermen protest against access restrictions at Kyaukphyu seaport; fishing not allowed where China National Petroleum Corporation's ships dock

Author: Moe Myint, Irrawaddy

"Fishermen Protest Against Kyaukphyu Seaport," 22 May 2017...

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