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: Whether Poland infringed Directive 2011/92 of the European Parliament and the Council on the environmental impact assessment (EIA) of certain public and private projects by adopting national legislation which allowed the competent authorities to extend the license for lignite mining without carrying out the EIA
At issue: Whether the decision of a Mines Inspector under the Mines Act (British Columbia) to issue a permit to operate a rock quarry was unreasonable because the Mines Inspector failed to consider the climate change impacts of the proposed quarry.
At issue: Whether to grant leave to appeal the Federal Court of Canada’s decision in Raincoast Conservation Foundation et al. v. Canada (Attorney General) et al., 2019 FCA 224 (No. 19-A-35) dismissing the applicants’ motion for leave to start an application for judicial review against the Governor in Council’s decision to approve the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project for a second time under the National Energy Board Act.
At issue: Whether the applicants had standing in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia to challenge, among other things, the decision of the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to approve a highway realignment project related to the Goldboro LNG Project.
At issue: Whether the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada’s decision to approve the Bay du Nord Development Project was within his jurisdiction under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and was reasonable.
At issue: Alleged violations of human rights related to pollution, waste and effects on climate change resulting from the operation of a number of Chinese-supported coal fired plants operating or planned to operate in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
At issue: Whether Tiwi Islanders were adequately consulted and environmental and climate harms properly assessed for the proposed Barossa pipeline that would run through a habitat protection zone near the Tiwi Islands.
At issue: Whether the adoption of a Regional Land Transport Plan by local government which increased carbon emissions was unlawful on the basis of procedural defects and inconsistency with national statutes.