UK law clashes with Aarhus Convention, judges warn

The Court of Appeal’s finding that it could not issue a protective costs order in an environmental case raises fresh questions about the UK’s compliance with access to justice rules

by Isabella Kaminski
(photograph: belchonock/123RF)
(photograph: belchonock/123RF)

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