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 the European Union has not adequately assessed the human rights and greenhouse emissions implications of its continued Russian oil and gas imports after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and of its current and planned measures to reduce the EU’s energy dependence on Russia.
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 a Commission regulation fixing emission values for real driving emissions tests for new light vehicles prevents local governments from imposing restrictions on the circulation of passenger vehicles in relation to their pollutant emissions.
At issue: Interpretation of Article 1 of Directive 2003/87/EC establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the European Community, in the context of the advance payment of tax on greenhouse gas emission allowances allocated free of charge which have not been used or have been transferred.
At issue: Interpretation of Decision 2011/278, to determine whether free greenhouse gas emission allowances should be awarded in the context of implementing a process of separation of hydrogen in a rich gas stream which already contains hydrogen.