climate
ISDS Blog | 21-Jun-2017
It is still unclear what the withdrawal from the global climate deal really means, but some lawyers are already saying that the decision might lead to international arbitration claims against the US.
Global Justice Now | 24-Apr-2017
A new briefing has outlined the likely elements of a UK-US trade deal and argues that it would contain more extreme forms of all the controversial elements of the deal that was being negotiated between the EU and the USA.
Reuters | 24-Mar-2017
Transcanada Corp’s legal challenge against the United States over its past rejection of Keystone XL pipeline has been dropped.
La Presse | 1-Mar-2017
TransCanada a suspendu une poursuite de 15 milliards $ contre les États-Unis relativement à Keystone XL à la suite de signaux lancés par le président américain Donald Trump qui laissent peu de doute quant à l’approbation du projet d’oléoduc.
Reuters | 28-Feb-2017
TransCanada Corp has suspended a $15 billion NAFTA suit filed against the United States over the Keystone XL pipeline after U.S. President approved the project.
Desmog | 27-Feb-2017
The trade deal could facilitate energy companies suing Member State governments when environmental policies threaten their profits.
Sierra Club | 22-Nov-2016
We urgently need a new approach to trade that prioritizes the needs of people and planet.
The Guardian | 17-Nov-2016
Rising inequality is largely to blame for this electoral upset. Continuing with business as usual is not an option.
Alternet | 16-Nov-2016
Our trade agreements—current and proposed—don’t send the right signals for the U.S. and other countries to meet their Paris commitments.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 19-Oct-2016
Climate change is a serious threat to humankind and arbitration could play a key role in this era.

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