At issue: 1) Whether the national energy policy objective of reducing GHG emissions by 40% between 1990 and 2030 applies to private companies
2) Whether the limited extension of urban development near coastlines rule applies to environmental authorization and what are the conditions for obtaining a valid building permit.
At issue: Whether climate activists acted in a “state of necessity” to warn about the President’s climate inaction. Whether unhooking presidential portraits to denounce the President’s climate inaction is an action of general interest and a form of expression protected by freedom of expression.
At issue: Whether TotalEnergies’ campaign on aiming for ‘net zero’ by 2050, becoming a major player in the energy transition and the environmental virtues and transition role of gas and biofuels are deceptive marketing practices.
At issue: Whether there was a conflict of interest created when an oil company executive served on the board of directors of a public institution that was deciding whether to establish a research center funded by the oil company.
At issue: Whether the Louvre Museum, a public institution, abused its power by not responding and thus implicitly refusing to disclose administrative documents relating to its partnership agreements with an oil and gas company.
At issue: Environmental group filed memorandum asking French Constitutional Council to invalidate the French Parliament's adoption of an energy and climate bill, alleging that the measures provided are insufficient to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.