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Los litigios climáticos se disparan y ponen en el punto de mira a empresas y Gobiernos

Los casos judiciales relacionados con la crisis climática se duplican en el mundo en solo tres años.

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Climate

NGOs seek to convict French state of failing to tackle climate crisis

The legal case, which is being brought by four environmental groups after a petition was signed by more than 2 million citizens, seeks to hold France responsible for ecological damage and its detrimental health and social effects.

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Water

Deep-sea ‘gold rush’: Secretive plans to carve up the seabed decried

A Greenpeace report warns against granting licences to 'deeply destructive' industry with opaque oversight, and calls for a global ocean treaty.

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Toxics

Norway’s Supreme Court makes way for more Arctic drilling

The top court ruled against environmental groups Tuesday, saying the right to a clean environment did not bar the government from drilling for offshore oil.
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Climate

Celebrities rooting for ‘Veganuary’ in UK to combat new rise in meat sales

A host of musicians, actors and sports stars have joined up with businesses and environmental groups in what they hope will be a successful push to get more people to ditch meat, fish and dairy in the new year.

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Toxics

EU leaders agree to reduce emissions after all-night talks

European Union leaders reached a hard-fought deal Friday to cut the bloc's greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by the end of the decade compared with 1990 levels, avoiding a hugely embarrassing deadlock ahead of a U.N. climate meeting.

Toxics

Secretive ‘gold rush’ for deep-sea mining dominated by handful of firms

Greenpeace report warns against granting licences to 'deeply destructive' industry with opaque oversight, and calls for global ocean treaty.

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La justicia obliga a Francia a demostrar en tres meses que va a cumplir sus compromisos climáticos

El Consejo de Estado pide al Gobierno que “justifique" sus planes para reducir hasta 2030 las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero.

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No siempre nos quedará París

Los responsables de las cinco principales organizaciones ecologistas de España defienden que las políticas comerciales no pueden ser un impedimento para que el país cumpla sus compromisos con el clima.

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Greenpeace denuncia las irregularidades del sistema de reciclaje de envases en España

La ONG advierte de los incendios en las plantas homologadas por Ecoembes y de las exportaciones de plástico a Asia.

Justice

Fifty years ago, the concert that launched Greenpeace

Tickets were three bucks. Joni brought her new boyfriend. And a movement was born.
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Justice

Activists board supertrawler in protest against against damaging fishing

An international supertrawler fishing in a protected area of the sea off Scotland’s east coast has been forced to move on after environmental activists boarded the vessel in a protest against damaging fishing activities.
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¿Qué hacer con 120 millones de toneladas de residuos tóxicos?

Huelva tiene a 500 metros de su casco urbano 1.120 hectáreas de fosfoyesos, unos desechos tóxicos industriales y acumulados durante décadas. El Gobierno avala enterrarlos.

Toxics

On Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula, oil leak blamed for killing octopi, sickening surfers

Authorities said the beach was “completely clean.” The social media backlash was swift.
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EU's farm animals 'produce more emissions than cars and vans combined'

Cows, pigs and other farm livestock in Europe are producing more greenhouse gases every year than all of the bloc's cars and vans put together, when the impact of their feed is taken into account, according to a new analysis by Greenpeace.

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Fractured: The stress of being surrounded

Jane Worthington moved her grandkids to protect them from oil and gas wells—but it didn't work. In US fracking communities, the industry's pervasiveness causes social strain and mental health problems.

Fractured: Distrustful of frackers, abandoned by regulators

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Fractured: Buffered from fracking but still battling pollution

A statewide network of fracking and conventional wells, pipelines, and petrochemical plants closes in on communities.

Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking

EHN.org scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

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