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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.
Author: Dana Drugmand, Climate Liability News
"Rhode Island Argues to Keep Its Climate Suit in State Court", 7 Feb 2019...
Author: Amenya Ochieng, Kenya News Agency
"The ‘Pains And Gains’ Of Lamu’s Mega Projects"...
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...
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...
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...
Author: Financial Times
A Norwegian oil and gas company is closing in on a $600m contract with an Iranian petrochemical group for one of the first major gas deals since international sanctions were lifted....
Author: Sif Thorgeirsson & Ciara Dowd, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Ensuring corporate legal accountability for contributions to climate change is an enormous task for the business and human rights community, but one worth fighting for.
Author: Catherine Howarth & Juliet Phillips, ShareAction
Investors should be on the front line of efforts to challenge corporate lobbying weakening climate policies that serve public interest.