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King & Wood Mallesons | 5-mai-2021
In order to mitigate host state risk, foreign investors should consider the importance of investment treaty protection.
SOMO | 28-avr-2021
The claims that German energy companies RWE and Uniper have submitted in response to a Dutch law that phases out coal by 2030 are not in line with the declining value and profitability of their coal power plants in the Netherlands.
IIED | 22-avr-2021
It’s time to reconsider investor-state dispute settlement ; inaction risks rising costs of shifting from fossil fuels to green alternatives.
Le Soir | 19-avr-2021
La société allemande Uniper poursuit les Pays-Bas en justice pour la fermeture forcée des centrales au charbon, a annoncé le ministre néerlandais de l’Economie et du Climat Bas van ’t Wout.
Euractiv | 19-avr-2021
German energy company Uniper has confirmed its intention to sue the Dutch government over the country’s planned coal phase-out.
The Guardian | 19-avr-2021
Energy conglomerates have recourse to special courts and legal regimes that they helped design – and they won’t go down without a fight.
Global Justice Now | 1er-avr-2021
Corporate courts are an unjust mechanism that can block climate action. The UK should reject them.
Future Beyond Shell | 11-mar-2021
To realise a future beyond fossil fuels, it is imperative to look at how to disentangle the legal shackles that enable companies to frustrate climate policy and shift the burden of their stranded assets onto the shoulders of taxpayers through arbitration claims.
CAN Europe | 5-mar-2021
In his opinion on March 3, the Advocate General shed some light on this question by arguing that ISDS in intra-EU disputes is indeed not allowed under EU law.
Investigate Europe | 3-mar-2021
It is highly questionable whether there will be a new or revised treaty in two years that will protect the climate instead of endangering it.

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