Climate Change Counsel | 15-Mar-2022
In 2021-22, Climate Change Counsel conducted a study of arbitral awards rendered under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT).
DLA Piper | 11-Mar-2022
Recent reforms in the French solar energy market mean that investors need to take action to protect their investments.
The Herald | 7-Mar-2022
The agreement between Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates on promotion and protection of investments has come into force.
AFTINET | 7-Mar-2022
AFTINET has raised the alarm over the possibility that British corporations will gain the right to sue the Australian Government if the UK is granted membership in the CPTPP.
Michael West | 4-Mar-2022
The gold mine was closed by the Thai government, but an obscure clause in a “free trade” agreement has allowed the lucrative mine in Central Thailand to reopen.
Both Ends | 4-Mar-2022
From a climate perspective, the expected reform outcome is a failure. No Contracting Party will end investment protection for fossil fuels in a timeline that is necessary to align with the Paris Agreement.
Inequality.org | 3-Mar-2022
An attempted assassination, criminalization, and violent eviction in 2014 didn’t stop the Peaceful Resistance of La Puya in Guatemala, which won legal action suspending harmful mining activities.
Inequality.org | 2-Mar-2022
In the Gulf of Ulloa, a US treasure-hunting company turned seabed mining outfit poses a dire risk to the environment.
Global Justice Now | 2-Mar-2022
It is perfectly possible to withdraw from trade deals containing corporate courts, as former South African trade minister Rob Davies explains.
APWLD | 1-Mar-2022
APWLD is launching new Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) vs Women’s Human Rights briefers which elaborate on how ISDS is incompatible with human rights principles.

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