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Sara joined the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment in October 2018 as a research officer (post-doc).... Read more

Sander’s research is in social and environmental psychology, with a particular focus on environmental risk judgments, perceptions, attitudes, behaviours and... Read more

Sander van der Linden

Ralf is also a Research Fellow in Productivity and Innovation at the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School... Read more

Ralf Martin

This article considers the implications of a court case brought against Royal Dutch Shell in the Netherlands. If the case is successful it could force the company to sharply reduce its carbon emissions. The article also looks at the growing number of climate litigation cases against companies and companies as analysed in a recent study by the Grantham Research Institute at LSE. Read more

In advance of the final judgement in the landmark Urgenda v. State of the Netherlands climate litigation case, this commentary shines the spotlight on whether human rights can serve as a basis for obliging states to reduce their emissions, and on the justifications behind the minimum 25 per cent emissions cut stipulated by the Hague District Court. Read more

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