At issue: Whether the Minister of the Environment committed high crimes and misdemeanors (crime de responsabilidade) by failing to implement policy that proactively achieves Brazil's targets for reducing GHGs in violation of Brazil's international commitments to combat climate change, in particular the Paris Agreement.
At issue: Whether UK Export Finance was in breach of the OECD Guidelines for Multi-national Enterprises by failing to contribute to the goals of the Paris Agreement, disclose emissions, and rapidly phase out support for fossil fuels.
At issue: Whether ANZ Bank breached the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises by failing to disclose emissions arising from its investments, failing to align its portfolio with the goals of the Paris Agreement, and failing to publish climate scenario analysis relating to all ANZ investments.
At issue: The Public Prosecutor’s Office seeks to declare administrative improbity and removal of the Minister of Environment for the practice of intentional acts that violated the constitutional duty to protect the environment.
At issue: Seeking to prevent the continuation of illegal deforestation in the Chico Mendes Extractive Reserve (RESEx), to recover the deforested areas and to hold the defendants responsible for their failure to protect the environment.
At issue: The Public Prosecutor’s Office seeks to declare the illegality of the construction of the Carbon Chemical Complex in Rio Grande do Sul and the implementation of the State Policy on Mineral Coal
At issue: Whether there are specific obligations by State parties to UNCLOS to prevent, reduce and control pollution of the marine environment from climate change and protect and preserve the marine environment in relation to climate change impacts.
At issue: Whether an environmental organization authorized under national law to bring legal proceedings can challenge before a national court an administrative decision granting or amending EC type approval.
At issue: Whether energy companies Uniper and RWE can claim compensation for violation of their right to property under the ECHR as a result of the Prohibition of Coal in Electricity Production Act law that bans the use of coal in electricity generation by 2030.