Why we have no rights when it comes to environmental justice and how it puts our democracy at risk.

Posted Category: Aarhus, Access to Justice, News

The Aarhus Convention is the Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters and is a UN Treaty and part of EU legal order, which sets out our rights, and imposes clear rules for governments and public authorities to help ensure that our environment is protected. Specifically, […]

Health Campaigners take windfarm battle global

Posted Category: Access to Justice, Health, News

  The following is a response to the editor awaiting possible publication: Dear Sir, Re. Iain Ramage’s excellent article ‘Health campaigners take windfarm battle global.’  As one of those quoted, I can testify that campaigners are very used to seeing written and hearing the kind of rhetoric spoken by Ms. Clark of Scottish Renewables from […]

Re: Decision V/9n concerning compliance by the United Kingdom

Posted Category: Aarhus, Access to Justice, Civil Aviation, Water Contamination

Re: Decision V.9n  concerning compliance by the United Kingdom – invitation to comment on Party concerned’s second progress report: Comments are the result of research and dialogues, not only with professionals, but many at the grass roots of society both here and abroad who are now experiencing what it is like to live with the […]