Five of 2018’s most significant legal rulings for environmental policy

After another eventful year for environmental law, ENDS picks five cases that made headlines – and had a big impact on planning, energy and emissions

ClientEarth are expected to return to the High Court to argue against the lawfulness of the finalised air quality plan
The High Court (above) and the Court of Justice of the European Union saw a number of cases with big implications for environmental policy and planning

While the UK may be on its way out of the EU, European law continued to play a key role in some of the year’s biggest environmental cases. And unless the country leaves without a deal, it will continue to do so during the transition period and potentially beyond.

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