Tag : ClientEarth
The majority of the UK is still in breach of European Union legislation some 18 months after the Supreme Court ordered ministers to tackle air pollution.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… High Court rules against challenge to air quality plan Environmental lawyers at ClientEarth have lost their latest … Read More »
Environmental lawyers at ClientEarth have lost their latest legal battle against the Government, with a High Court judge ruling that the draft air quality plans are … Read More »
Environmental lawyers at ClientEarth are taking the UK government back to the High Court for a third time to argue that recently published air quality plans … Read More »
Environmental law group ClientEarth is to take the Government to court for a third time as it says new air quality plans have “major flaws” and … Read More »
The chancellor has missed an opportunity to tackle air quality by imposing a first-year VED charge for diesel vehicles in the Budget.
The UK has one of the highest levels of premature deaths from nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution in Europe, beaten only by Italy, new research has found.
A High Court judge has ruled that the Government must produce an improved air quality ruling by July next year to bring pollution within legal limits.
Concerns are mounting that diesel drivers could face fines to enter city centres as the High Court rules the Government’s clean air strategy does not meet legal … Read More »
A High Court ruling has found that the Government broke the law by failing to tackle illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) air pollution as quickly … Read More »