See You In Court: Holding governments and corporations to account for the climate crisis



People's Summit For Climate Justice
11:45 am UTC+0


COP26 Coalition
Europäisches Parlament

Climate litigation is emerging as an increasingly successful strategy to hold governments and corporations accountable. This session will profile three iconic cases challenging the lack of accountability of governments and the fossil fuel industry for the climate crisis: the Huaraz vs RWE case in Germany, the Shell case in the Netherlands and the Paid to Pollute case in the UK.

Contributors: Tessa Khan - international climate change lawyer and Director of Uplift
Line Skovlund Larsen - Political Ecologist
Noah Walker-Crawford - Germanwatch / University College London
Kairin van Sweeden - Paid To Pollute
Jeremy Cox - Paid To Pollute
Laurie van der Burg - Oil Change International (tbc)

Join in online from anywhere in the world, or in-person in Glasgow.

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