In a bipartisan win, the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture (PACT) Act has been signed into law, making serious harm to “living non-human mammals, birds, reptiles or amphibians” a federal crime...
Green light clears way for payments of £990m to gas, coal and nuclear power firms
‘The fight goes on,’ say activists after ignoring injunction at Cuadrilla site in Lancashire
Judge denies costs protection over injunction restricting protests at Lancashire site
The mining lobby wants downstream emissions to be irrelevant but their impact on farmers is already real and far-reaching
The trial of the former Asis spy and his lawyer undermines the already complicated relationship between two neighbours, writes Timor-Leste’s former president
Appeal court judges rule in favour of campaigners against ‘draconian’ injunction
Lack of action on 14 expired coal seam gas exploration licences now an election issue for uncertain communities
New legal advice sought by the Australia Institute contradicts what government has been telling stakeholders
The reasons the mine was rejected have made international news. So how did we get here?
The amount of electronics that we are throwing away each year is growing at an exponential rate, and this toxic trash is hazardous to both people and the planet...
Surprise judgment means government must halt capacity market scheme
The court of appeal protected the right to protest. If Theresa May persists with this disastrous policy, expect far more direct actionThere were cheers inside court four of the Royal Courts of Justice this afternoon, when...
Cheering supporters greet activists at prison gates after sentences are overturned
Hundreds gather outside high court in London as jailed trio challenge sentences
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