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EU Council votes to criminalize “cases comparable to ecocide”

Cases comparable to ecocide will be criminal in the EU. Member states have 24 months to implement the directive “Protection of the environment through criminal law”.

Human rights and the environment – increasingly important issues for companies and their advisors

On March 7, 2024 the Swedish Bar Association and Ecocide Law Alliance, together with law firms Cirio and Mannheimer Swartling, hosted solicitors and commercial lawyers at a seminar on human rights and the environment.

Circular economy and ecocide law – two keys to unlock the future

A circular economy offers a way out and ecocide law supports it. Join us on-site in Stockholm or online on April 9th to find out more.

Swedish companies urge criminalizing ecocide

Swedish companies from a broad range of industries now back the Ecocide Law Alliance initiative to criminalize mass environmental destruction – ecocide – within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, ICC. Thus, the companies are increasing the pressure on the Swedish government to work towards an international law against serious environmental crimes. The initiative is backed by Exponential Roadmap Initiative and We Don’t Have Time.

EU Parliament votes to criminalize cases “comparable to ecocide”

The European Parliament has today voted through a new environmental crime directive, which includes provision to criminalise cases ‘comparable to ecocide’.

SPP calls for ecocide law

Swedish pension giant SPP is calling for ecocide to be made a crime within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.