UK’s £multimillion power station subsidy investigated

The UK government’s decision to give state aid to biomass conversion is rightfully coming under scrutiny.

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UK’s £multimillion power station subsidy investigated

The UK government’s decision to give state aid to biomass conversion is rightfully coming under scrutiny.

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Ten ways to protect the environment in 2016

After the Road to Paris, the road ahead: here’s how ClientEarth’s putting the law to work for people and planet this year.

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Ten ways to protect the environment in 2016

After the Road to Paris, the road ahead: here’s how ClientEarth’s putting the law to work for people and planet this year.

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Five wins for wildlife we want to see in 2016

It’s going to be a big year for the laws that protect Europe’s nature. So what do we want to see happen for EU wildlife in 2016?

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Five wins for wildlife we want to see in 2016

It’s going to be a big year for the laws that protect Europe’s nature. So what do we want to see happen for EU wildlife in 2016?

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The Climate Change Act: Weaknesses must be ironed out

We have a chance to make the Climate Change Act finally do what it was made to: set clear and binding emissions targets across the board. Will MPs seize the chance to support this crucial change?

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The Climate Change Act: Weaknesses must be ironed out

We have a chance to make the Climate Change Act finally do what it was made to: set clear and binding emissions targets across the board. Will MPs seize the chance to support this crucial change?

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A chance to protect wetlands and waterbirds

It’s World Wetlands Day on Tuesday – what better time for MEPs to meet and make plans to support Europe’s richest habitats?

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A chance to protect wetlands and waterbirds

It’s World Wetlands Day on Tuesday – what better time for MEPs to meet and make plans to support Europe’s richest habitats?

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Trade Secrets Directive: Trilogues strike uneasy compromise

The Trade Secrets Directive is almost finalised – what does it mean for transparency in the EU?

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Trade Secrets Directive: Trilogues strike uneasy compromise

The Trade Secrets Directive is almost finalised – what does it mean for transparency in the EU?

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UK government’s Energy Bill leaves us in the dark

The government’s energy policy is inconsistent. This is hurting the environment, industry and the consumers.

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UK government’s Energy Bill leaves us in the dark

The government’s energy policy is inconsistent. This is hurting the environment, industry and the consumers.

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US makes a beeline for pesticide ban while EU dithers

The US knows how dangerous pesticides are to bees – will the EU listen to the facts and keep the ban on imidacloprid?

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US makes a beeline for pesticide ban while EU dithers

The US knows how dangerous pesticides are to bees – will the EU listen to the facts and keep the ban on imidacloprid?

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‘Safe harbour’ for porpoises as UK plans five new protected zones

The UK government has opened a public consultation on five new and much-needed protected areas for harbour porpoises. Will Scotland follow suit?

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‘Safe harbour’ for porpoises as UK plans five new protected zones

The UK government has opened a public consultation on five new and much-needed protected areas for harbour porpoises. Will Scotland follow suit?

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Court judgment clarifies the legal basis for fisheries multiannual plans

A power struggle between the European Parliament and Council of Ministers prevented important fisheries management plans from being passed – until now.

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Court judgment clarifies the legal basis for fisheries multiannual plans

A power struggle between the European Parliament and Council of Ministers prevented important fisheries management plans from being passed – until now.

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UK hands Europe’s wildlife an early Christmas present

16 December was a good day for Europe’s widlife. All EU Environment Ministers, including the UK’s Rory Stewart, spoke up on the importance of acting to protect biodiversity.

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UK hands Europe’s wildlife an early Christmas present

16 December was a good day for Europe’s widlife. All EU Environment Ministers, including the UK’s Rory Stewart, spoke up on the importance of acting to protect biodiversity.

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UK government’s energy policy is incoherent

The UK government’s recent decision to support a coal to biomass conversion at Lynemouth power plant is yet another clear example of an incoherent energy policy that slashes support for truly clean forms of power generation while subsidising more polluting ones.

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UK government’s energy policy is incoherent

The UK government’s recent decision to support a coal to biomass conversion at Lynemouth power plant is yet another clear example of an incoherent energy policy that slashes support for truly clean forms of power generation while subsidising more polluting ones.

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Fishing limits: when politics and science don’t match up

ClientEarth’s fisheries team has embarked on an important but challenging journey: assessing if the fishing limits for the North East Atlantic Ocean in 2016 stick to what EU scientists have advised as sustainable.

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Fishing limits: when politics and science don’t match up

ClientEarth’s fisheries team has embarked on an important but challenging journey: assessing if the fishing limits for the North East Atlantic Ocean in 2016 stick to what EU scientists have advised as sustainable.

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COP21: 10 reasons governments must turn Paris pledges into national law

Environmental lawyers, senior members of the British legal establishment and campaigners have written an open letter in the Times to every world leader, challenging them to guarantee their own Paris pledges will be made law at home, whatever the outcome

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COP21: 10 reasons governments must turn Paris pledges into national law

Environmental lawyers, senior members of the British legal establishment and campaigners have written an open letter in the Times to every world leader, challenging them to guarantee their own Paris pledges will be made law at home, whatever the outcome

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James Thornton’s induction to the Inspired by Law gallery

On Tuesday 17 November James Thornton, founding CEO of ClientEarth, was inducted into London South Bank University’s Inspired by Law gallery for his services to environmental justice.

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James Thornton’s induction to the Inspired by Law gallery

On Tuesday 17 November James Thornton, founding CEO of ClientEarth, was inducted into London South Bank University’s Inspired by Law gallery for his services to environmental justice.

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Beyond the budget: 3 thoughts for government

The Committee on Climate Change has just recommended what the fifth carbon budget should be – some thoughts for the government as it considers its decision.

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Beyond the budget: 3 thoughts for government

The Committee on Climate Change has just recommended what the fifth carbon budget should be – some thoughts for the government as it considers its decision.

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Wildlife laws work, but they don’t operate in isolation

Our wildlife laws work, but not in isolation. Experts warn that farming subsidies also affect European biodiversity.

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Wildlife laws work, but they don’t operate in isolation

Our wildlife laws work, but not in isolation. Experts warn that farming subsidies also affect European biodiversity.

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Today’s REFIT conference offers high hopes for wildlife laws

Today is a significant moment for Europe’s wildlife laws.

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Today’s REFIT conference offers high hopes for wildlife laws

Today is a significant moment for Europe’s wildlife laws.

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The chatty Italian fisheries lawyer takes a quiet couple of months

Our fisheries lawyer Flaminia Tacconi is heading off to embrace the challenges of parenthood, but the fight for sustainable fisheries continues.

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The chatty Italian fisheries lawyer takes a quiet couple of months

Our fisheries lawyer Flaminia Tacconi is heading off to embrace the challenges of parenthood, but the fight for sustainable fisheries continues.

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Pensions: (Climate) change is coming

There is a growing consensus that climate change represents a material financial risk to investments. Pension funds must act on this.

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Pensions: (Climate) change is coming

There is a growing consensus that climate change represents a material financial risk to investments. Pension funds must act on this.

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Will the UK step up to defend nature?

Eight more countries have told the Commission not to weaken Europe’s wildlife laws. As the momentum grows, we’re calling on the UK to make a stand.

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Will the UK step up to defend nature?

Eight more countries have told the Commission not to weaken Europe’s wildlife laws. As the momentum grows, we’re calling on the UK to make a stand.

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