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Climate litigation takes its first steps in China

China's highest court recently released a guidance document on climate change-related cases, which observers say is a strong indication that the state is backing climate litigation as an effective channel to address environment challenges.

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    • Ajema Lydiah

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      • walter lungayi

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        This is promising

        • Jane Wangui

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          With this guidelines we hope that China can be encouraged and implement

          • Peter Kamau

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            Could these guidelines help China finally make its way to the top as the most environmentally friendly country from the world's most polluting nation?

            • Peter Karanga

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              @peter_kamau These guidelines provide a framework and roadmap for China to transition towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future. If effectively implemented and followed, these guidelines can contribute to China's efforts to mitigate its environmental impact and move towards a more sustainable trajectory. However, achieving the title of the most environmentally friendly country is a complex and long-term process that requires sustained commitment, continuous improvement, and collaboration across various sectors. It would require China to consistently align its policies, practices, and investments with sustainable development goals and international environmental standards.

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              • Richard Orengo

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                It is encouraging seeing China being part of this.

                • Munene Mugambi

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                  Now to implement action plans to mitigate climate change

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