28:05 | Climate change is a threat to human rights. Court rulings are now making governments and businesses sit up and listen.
11:39 | Why is China appointing thousands of judges to environmental courts and training prosecutors to bring cases to them, even if it means suing the government?
9:55 | Climate activists around the world are taking corporations and governments to court in climate litigation cases – and they’re winning.
13:19 | Can you just sue climate change out of existence?
4:52 | The Netherlands has legislated to shut down all coal-fired power plants by 2030. But now a German energy company is suing the Dutch government for 1.4 billion euros over that decision.
8:31 | Juliana v. United States is a landmark climate lawsuit against the federal government of the USA, arguing it is depriving youth of their rights to a stable climate system.
12:29 | Norske virksomheder vil lede efter olie i Arktis, selvom det strider mod lovgivningen, der fastslår at både nuværende og fremtidige generationer har ret til et sundt miljø og en beboelig planet.
2:10 | Make it a crime to destroy the Earth. Become an Earth Protector now.
6:36 | Fossil fuel companies are being taken to court just like tobacco companies were, because of what they knew and when. Should they be forced to pay for damages from climate change?
9:30 | What Royal Dutch Shell knew about fossil fuel driving climate change and when they knew it.
28:21 | Dr. James Hansen and his legal advisor, Daniel Galpern discuss making the fossil fuel companies, the ‘Carbon Majors’, pay for the damage they have done to society.
13:52 | Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh is a 15-year-old environmental activist who is traveling to Eugene, Oregon to sue the U.S. government over the issue of climate change.
25:26 | Kelsey Juliana, an 18-year-old activist, is fighting climate change in the courts and walking across the country to spread the word on global warming.