Why ClientEarth is taking the government to court over its Net Zero Strategy - and why it matters

Cecilia Keating
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The Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal plant in Nottinghamshire, due to be decommissioned in October 2024 | Credit: iStock
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The Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal plant in Nottinghamshire, due to be decommissioned in October 2024 | Credit: iStock

BusinessGreen looks at the possible outcomes and potential implications of the latest legal challenges to the government's decarbonisation strategy

Law suits lodged by ClientEarth and Friends of the Earth yesterday over the UK government's Net Zero Strategy open up a fresh frontier in climate litigation that may have implications for businesses and...

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