he Supreme Court of Galicia (Spain) has ruled in favour of the IIDMA upholding a judicial review filed in June 2019 by the NGO against the Administration of Autonomous Community of Galicia.
One day before its online Annual General Meeting, a group of four environmental organisations has urged Banco Santander to strengthen its commitment to help fight the climate crisis, by committing to end its financing of the fossil fuel industry.
Changing your diet to mitigate climate change is not enough: real change requires modifications in public policies and more support for a transition in the Spanish agro sector
The IIDMA recalls the warnings of the latest IPCC report, “Climate Change and Land” and warns that recommendations on reducing meat consumption and changing diets must be supported by urgent public policies and not be based exclusively on the final decisions of the citizens.
Next Wednesday 29th January 2020, from 9:00 to 15:00, the second Workshop on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters of the LIFE A2J-EARL Project will be held at the Madrid Bar Association (ICAM).
On the occasion of the celebration of 12 July, the Day of Legal Aid, IIDMA recalls that Spain still has a long way to go in eliminating the financial barriers that still persist in access to environmental justice.
Eight financial institutions have handed Europe’s most polluting utilities almost €16 billion in support since the Paris Agreement was signed in December 2015, a new briefing by Europe Beyond Coal and its partners.
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