Pillar of virtue or pariah state? Why the UK still has work to do on promoting environmental rights

This time when the parties to the Aarhus Convention meet in October, 20 years on from its introduction, the UK’s ongoing non-compliance with its access to justice obligations will be met with demands for a roadmap to bring it into line. Does the UK have the willingness to take action?

by Isabella Kaminski
The UK has made slow progress on Aarhus access to justice and public participation obligations. Photograph: SimpleImages/Getty Images
The UK has made slow progress on Aarhus access to justice and public participation obligations. Photograph: SimpleImages/Getty Images

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