Isabella Kaminski

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Isabella Kaminski is a UK-based freelance journalist specialising in the environment and climate change.

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Campaigners have said they will appeal the decision and believe the government's plans are "more at risk of being cut back this autumn than ever".

Campaigners have said they will appeal the decision and believe the government's plans are "more at risk of being cut back this autumn than ever".
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The case was brought by the coastal town of Grand-Synthe in northern France, particularly vulnerable to warming temperatures as sea levels rise.

The case was brought by the coastal town of Grand-Synthe in northern France, particularly vulnerable to warming temperatures as sea levels rise.
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England’s strategic road network is already responsible for more than 10 percent of the UK’s domestic carbon emissions.

England’s strategic road network is already responsible for more than 10 percent of the UK’s domestic carbon emissions.
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Most of the lawsuits analysed did not quantify the extent to which climate change was responsible for the impacts suffered by plaintiffs, known as "attribution science".

Most of the lawsuits analysed did not quantify the extent to which climate change was responsible for the impacts suffered by plaintiffs, known as "attribution science".
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Last week, the government said it would keep issuing new oil and gas exploration licences, contradicting recommendations from a recent high-profile report by the International Energy Agency.

Last week, the government said it would keep issuing new oil and gas exploration licences, contradicting recommendations from a recent high-profile report by the International Energy Agency.
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How the court handles two separate cases could shape the future of climate lawsuits across the world.

How the court handles two separate cases could shape the future of climate lawsuits across the world.
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The UK government has ignored campaigners' calls to refuse new licences for fossil fuel extraction in the North Sea.

The UK government has ignored campaigners' calls to refuse new licences for fossil fuel extraction in the North Sea.
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The French state has been found guilty of climate inaction in what campaigners have dubbed “the case of the century”.  Today the Paris administrative court concluded France has failed to...
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Environmental groups have criticised the government’s new economic recovery council for prioritising fossil fuel intensive firms over greener business advocates and disruptive startups. Prime Mini...
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Campaigners opposing Heathrow expansion today remained defiant as a top court ruled that the government’s decision to approve it was legal. The Supreme Court concluded that the UK go...
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Campaigners have said they will appeal the decision and believe the government's plans are "more at risk of being cut back this autumn than ever".

Campaigners have said they will appeal the decision and believe the government's plans are "more at risk of being cut back this autumn than ever".
on

The case was brought by the coastal town of Grand-Synthe in northern France, particularly vulnerable to warming temperatures as sea levels rise.

The case was brought by the coastal town of Grand-Synthe in northern France, particularly vulnerable to warming temperatures as sea levels rise.
on

England’s strategic road network is already responsible for more than 10 percent of the UK’s domestic carbon emissions.

England’s strategic road network is already responsible for more than 10 percent of the UK’s domestic carbon emissions.
on

Most of the lawsuits analysed did not quantify the extent to which climate change was responsible for the impacts suffered by plaintiffs, known as "attribution science".

Most of the lawsuits analysed did not quantify the extent to which climate change was responsible for the impacts suffered by plaintiffs, known as "attribution science".
on

Last week, the government said it would keep issuing new oil and gas exploration licences, contradicting recommendations from a recent high-profile report by the International Energy Agency.

Last week, the government said it would keep issuing new oil and gas exploration licences, contradicting recommendations from a recent high-profile report by the International Energy Agency.
on

How the court handles two separate cases could shape the future of climate lawsuits across the world.

How the court handles two separate cases could shape the future of climate lawsuits across the world.
on

The UK government has ignored campaigners' calls to refuse new licences for fossil fuel extraction in the North Sea.

The UK government has ignored campaigners' calls to refuse new licences for fossil fuel extraction in the North Sea.
on

The French state has been found guilty of climate inaction in what campaigners have dubbed “the case of the century”.  Today the Paris administrative court concluded France has failed to...
on

Environmental groups have criticised the government’s new economic recovery council for prioritising fossil fuel intensive firms over greener business advocates and disruptive startups. Prime Mini...
on

Campaigners opposing Heathrow expansion today remained defiant as a top court ruled that the government’s decision to approve it was legal. The Supreme Court concluded that the UK go...