Calculations by Greenpeace show that the Dutch government's approach to nitrogen is still seriously lacking. Greenpeace demands that a package of proven effective measures that guarantees a drastic reduction in nitrogen emissions before the end of 2025, is urgently adopted. If the Dutch government fails to respond, the Greenpeace Nederland will initiate a lawsuit. 

The press release published by Greenpeace can be accessed  here (available in Dutch).

 The Dutch Financial Times (Financieel Dagblad) published an article on this case yesterday (available in Dutch):

Greenpeace is assisted in this case by lawyer Bondine Kloostra.

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