The European Union’s top court has made an attempt by a youth band and eight households around the globe to induce the EU to establish more ambitious goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions

BRUSSELS — The European Union’s top court on Thursday rejected an attempt by a Native youth group and households around the globe to induce the EU to establish more ambitious goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, asserting that they weren’t”independently” influenced by Europe’s climate policy.

Those behind the initiative — such as a Portuguese farmer, an Arctic native activist and German islanders — voiced disappointment in the judgment, but also were made to keep fighting for quicker actions against climate change.

They expected to draw attention to the effect that climate coverage had on people and people fighting for hungry Arctic reindeer and other ecological problems.

The European General Court acknowledged that the plaintiffs are usually influenced by climate change however rejected the situation in 2019 on procedural grounds.

The ECJ upheld the lower court’s conclusion Thursday, saying the plaintiffs”aren’t individually concerned” from the EU’s climate laws so the case will not be heard.

“The Sami people reside in the center of the climate catastrophe daily. We see the way the climate catastrophe impacts the reindeer, nature and our civilization,” Sanna Vannar of this Sami youth company told reporters. “It gets me angry and frustrated that the EU doesn’t take this issue seriously and tackle it like a crisis.”

Plaintiff Alfredo Sendim, a Portuguese farmer that has fought with season after season of drought, stated:”The court’s decision is unsatisfactory, but we are not going to stop trying. We’ll keep on searching for protection of our rights and need climate protection”

Following the legal attempt was started, the European Commission proposed a”European Green Deal” with much more ambitious targets toward battling climate change. European Union leaders reached a deal last year to lower the bloc’s net greenhouse gas emissions at least 55 percent by 2030 in comparison with 1990 levels, over the preceding aim of 40 percent.

Experts say finish the use of fossil fuels is among the most significant measures necessary to limit global warming, which is thought to be causing more powerful storms, fiercer droughts and other climate conditions that are detrimental lives and livelihoods across the world.