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Is climate change really a human rights matter?

9 April 2024

10:57 PM

9 April 2024

10:57 PM

The media and the middle class may love net zero. Unfortunately, it is increasingly clear that voters are less keen. Predictably then, activists have been trying to take as much power as possible away from elected representatives, transferring it instead to international courts and judges. This morning, this programme of lawfare scored a major success in the European Court of Human Rights.

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