Within the framework of a reflection on a possible reform of collective action, a public consultation has been organized to analyze the reform tracks proposed by the Ministère de la Justice. 

This reflection process aims to make collective action more accessible, effective, and equitable for the general public.

However, the CQDE is concerned that some of the avenues explored may actually have the opposite effect, particularly with regard to collective actions on environmental matters. The proposal to add a proportionality criterion at the stage of authorization of the collective action is indeed a cause for concern: the number of collective actions authorized regarding the environment may in fact decline, especially given the objectives of such legal actions. 

Consult our brief (in French only)