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News Updates

News Update 23 November 2022

Rodríguez-Garavito, César, editor (2022) Litigating the Climate Emergency: How Human Rights, Courts, and Legal Mobilization Can Bolster Climate Action, Cambridge University Press, 408 pp. ISBN: 9781009106214.

Heede, Richard (2022) Evolution of Corporate Accountability for Climate Change, Chapter 12 (pp. 239-254) in: César Rodríguez-Garavito, ed. Litigating the Climate Emergency: How Human Rights, Courts, and Legal Mobilization Can Bolster Climate Action, Cambridge University Press, 408 pp.

 

News Update 27 October 2022

“In Uganda, having been at the center of the campaign against the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), I have seen forced displacement of communities, police brutality on peaceful environmental activists, delegitimization of otherwise legitimate environmental institutions, abduction of human rights activists and journalists, among other ills. The proposed EACOP must not be allowed to proceed. Total Energies must be stopped!”  ~ Prince Papa, Laudato Si’ Movement, and Refueling Africa, personal communication, 24 October 2022.

Watch Real World Visuals short animations:

25-year EACOP CO2 emissions from Eiffel Tower to bird’s eye view above Paris (each sphere contains 1 milllion tonnes CO2)

Real-time emissions of small spheres containing 1 kg CO2 each.

News Update 19 July 2022

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News Update 6 May 2022

News Update 26 May 2021

News Update 15 April 2021

News Update 9 December 2020

Climate Accountability Institute releases treasure trove of data on fossil fuel company operational and product-related emissions.

 

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News Update – 17 October 2019

Top Twenty Carbon Majors 1967-2017, 1 million tonnes CO2e, every forty minutesIllustration by Adam Nieman, Real World Visuals, UK.

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