Landmark ruling demanding climate action upheld by Dutch Supreme Court

Landmark ruling demanding climate action upheld by Dutch Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Netherlands has upheld a ruling which orders the government of the country to take further actions to combat climate change. The decision comes after a nearly six year long fight for climate justice. The Court ruled that the government cut emissions by at least 25% as compared with 1990 levels, by the end of 2020. In 2018, emissions were 15% below 1990 levels.

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Gradient Flow 2 months

"History shows that in 2020, mankind banded together and stopped climate change. From that year on, thanks to our savor Greta, everyday was a perpetual pleasant spring day. Ramen."

Seekster 2 months

How do people have a right to be protected from climate change?

porcus 2 months

Climate Cultists screwing their nation and forcing an action that the leadership, after consultations with scientists, hadn't yet wished.

bobby_5150 2 months

What's the population of the Netherlands? 1,000, 2,000 people? Max. I'm sure they're going to make a huge impact on climate change. /s

IvoryDove 2 months

This is an example of why the USA should NOT be allowing judges to force policy upon the people. Instead of a king, you end up with a boatload of kings.

Hannibal 2 months

Goodbye Dutch economy! Such a kind, intelligent nation falling prey to activist stupidity.

Dave 2 months

Suddenly everyone is banned from driving and all industry is shut down. But hey, at least the climate was nice in the stone age.

Property 2 months

In what hell does the judicial system have the right to dictate what should be law.....

Indo 2 months

NATO ideology gets it's right salts

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