Legal comment: Why six NGOs are accusing FIFA of greenwashing
NGOs are increasingly going to court to challenge business decisions they consider to be harmful to the climate or the environment. Future EU rules could make that process easier.
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Electrification Alliance Statement on the Energy Taxation Directive - Eurelectric et al.
Eurogas recommendations on the Union Certification Framework for carbon removals - Eurogas
Certifying EU activities to increase carbon removal from land -
Reassessment of excess NOx from European diesel cars following the Court of Justice of the European Union rulings - ICCT
How the F-gas bans risk DEPowerEU - APPLiA
Electric vehicles and power demand for transport up - Eurostat
The real cost of Germany blocking the car engine ban -
The climate crisis requires a new approach to international investment treaties - E3G
Civil society denounce leaked joint instrument on EU-Mercosur deal as blatant greenwashing - Friends of the Earth Europe
80 NGOs ask the EU to reject carbon offsets following scandal of largest voluntary carbon offset certifier - Fern et al