Activists take government to the High Court for LNG project in Mozambique

Friends of the Earth attempting to block $1.15m financing for the project

Shell wins court case over use of seismic tests in whale breeding areas

Environmental groups had opposed the deployment of the technology in South Africa’s eastern coastline

Insulate Britain mob ignores court injunction by blocking Heathrow Airport junction

Nearly 52 people blocked the M25 in breach of the injunction granted by the High Court last Tuesday

Sadiq Khan’s pandemic bike lanes ruled unlawful

A Mayor of London spokesperson said they are seeking to appeal the judgement

Energy price cap: British Gas owner Centrica wins appeal against Ofgem

Centrica applied for a judicial review after the regulator announced a change to the methodology used to set the opening price cap of £1,137 a year at the beginning of January

High Court brands police ban on Extinction Rebellion protests as unlawful

Extinction Rebellion has suggested that the Metropolitan Police could now see “hundreds” of arrested protestors pursuing legal action

High Court rules government’s fracking guidance as ‘unlawful’

A judge found the government failed to consider the latest scientific evidence

Cuadrilla to start UK fracking after final legal bid fails

The High Court in London dismissed a last-minute request for an interim injunction by an environmental campaigner

UK Government faces air pollution High Court hearing

A judge has ordered a High Court hearing on the latest challenge against the UK Government’s proposed plans to tackle air pollution. Environmental lawyers ClientEarth said Justice Nicklin has expedited the case over “illegal and harmful” levels of air pollution and will be heard in the High Court before 23rd February 2018. It will be […]

High Court extends INEOS fracking protest injunctions

The High Court has renewed injunctions prohibiting unlawful activities such as trespass or obstruction at INEOS Shale’s sites. In a three-day hearing earlier this month, INEOS provided evidence of direct action at shale sites, which the company said is “dangerous to workers, local people and the protestors themselves”, however shale gas activists challenged the injunctions. […]