Why a legal challenge borne of frustration over government progress on climate policy failed to gain traction

A failed attempt to find that the government had not met its own climate change commitments, impacting on human rights, reflects the frustration some climate change campaigners have with the political process.

by Angus Evers
Angus Evers, partner, Shoosmiths
Angus Evers: “The court was wary of venturing beyond its sphere of competence and interfering in the framework established by the Climate Change Act”

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