At issue: The Supreme Court declared the responsibility of the defendant company as the seller of a vehicle to the appellant, for fraud in the installation in its vehicles of a computer program designed to falsify the measurements of polluting gas emissions. The responsibility derived from the letter sent to the acquirers and users of their vehicles, in terms that only the manufacturer can assume, which constitutes an act of its own.
At issue: Whether, in the course of preparing its environment plan for regulatory approval, Santos should have consulted with the applicant and his community; Whether the applicant and his community are considered “relevant persons” for consultation under the relevant regulations
At issue: Whether the environmental license of Cerrejón Zona Norte Coal Mining Project violates environmental provisions and human rights to FPIC, health and a healthy environment due to its effects on climate change and GHG emissions.
At issue: Holding the Board of Directors of Shell Liable under the UK Companies Act s.172 and 174. ClientEarth UK are arguing that the board has not implemented a climate strategy that is in keeping with the Paris Agreement goal.