2 August 2021

01 August 2021

26 May 2021, the Hague District Court delivered a first of its kind judgement supporting the transition to clean energy by ordering Shell to reduce its global CO2 emissions.

In a class-action instituted by climate change activists, the Court ordered Royal Dutch Shell to reduce its global group carbon emission figures from its business operations by at least 45% net (compared to its 2019 emission levels), by 2030.

Our newsletter examines this landmark court judgement and its implications for the global and African energy market.

Click here to read the publication.