Hollands højesteret vil tvinge regeringen til klimapolitik

In what is being considered a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court in the Netherlands ordered the country’s government to scale up climate action and reduce much further greenhouse gas emissions – following a six-year legal fight at courts.

The government has explicit duties to protect its citizens’ human rights because of climate change, the Supreme Court said, asking the government to cut emissions by at least 25% compared to 1990 levels by the end of next year.

Nevertheless, the chances of that actually happening are slim.

Hvad ved dommere om klimavidenskab?

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