EU 30% energy efficiency target – a victim of political wrangling?

The EU has set a disappointing 30% by 2030 target for energy efficiency, despite strong evidence of its economic, social and environmental benefits.

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EU 30% energy efficiency target – a victim of political wrangling?

The EU has set a disappointing 30% by 2030 target for energy efficiency, despite strong evidence of its economic, social and environmental benefits.

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What’s a ClientEarth internship like?

Ever wondered what it’s like to do a ClientEarth internship? Find out from one of our recent interns, Sam.

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What’s a ClientEarth internship like?

Ever wondered what it’s like to do a ClientEarth internship? Find out from one of our recent interns, Sam.

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Protecting the shea tree

Legal empowerment is helping Ghanaians like Sammy protect shea trees and people’s livelihoods.

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Protecting the shea tree

Legal empowerment is helping Ghanaians like Sammy protect shea trees and people’s livelihoods.

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How I became a “pocket lawyer” to protect forests in Ghana – by Elvis Kuudaar

Ghanaian activist Elvis describes how legal empowerment helps him protect forests and wildlife.

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How I became a “pocket lawyer” to protect forests in Ghana – by Elvis Kuudaar

Ghanaian activist Elvis describes how legal empowerment helps him protect forests and wildlife.

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Environmental justice at risk as Westminster debates controversial bill

Environmental justice in the UK is at a critical crossroads, as the House of Lords is currently debating the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill. Whether it complies with the Aarhus Convention – a UN convention which protects access to justice in environmental cases – is crucial.

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Environmental justice at risk as Westminster debates controversial bill

Environmental justice in the UK is at a critical crossroads, as the House of Lords is currently debating the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill. Whether it complies with the Aarhus Convention – a UN convention which protects access to justice in environmental cases – is crucial.

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Can the London Stock Exchange help stop climate change?

Last month, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) joined the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative. Will it help fight climate change?

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Can the London Stock Exchange help stop climate change?

Last month, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) joined the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative. Will it help fight climate change?

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To land or not to land – that is the discard ban question

ClientEarth has published a short briefing on considerations regarding the landing obligation (“discard ban”) in the new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP).

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To land or not to land – that is the discard ban question

ClientEarth has published a short briefing on considerations regarding the landing obligation (“discard ban”) in the new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP).

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Success for Gabonese forest communities

After almost two years of hard work alongside Gabonese Civil society, we’re celebrating a major achievement.

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Success for Gabonese forest communities

After almost two years of hard work alongside Gabonese Civil society, we’re celebrating a major achievement.

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Wake-up call on EU’s bioenergy plans: not enough land

Two new studies cast doubt on EU hopes that using plants for energy can help tackle climate change.

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Wake-up call on EU’s bioenergy plans: not enough land

Two new studies cast doubt on EU hopes that using plants for energy can help tackle climate change.

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Huge peat bog discovered in the Congo Basin – what does this mean for people and the planet?

Scientists have discovered a peat bog the size of England in the Congo Basin – it could help us learn more about and fight climate change, but only if properly protected.

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Huge peat bog discovered in the Congo Basin – what does this mean for people and the planet?

Scientists have discovered a peat bog the size of England in the Congo Basin – it could help us learn more about and fight climate change, but only if properly protected.

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Your practical guide to EU air quality law

Our right to clean air is enshrined in EU law. In fact, air pollution was one of the first environmental issues tackled by the EU.

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Your practical guide to EU air quality law

Our right to clean air is enshrined in EU law. In fact, air pollution was one of the first environmental issues tackled by the EU.

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Can company directors insure against climate change?

Chicago is facing a law suit for failing to protect against climate change-related flooding – what does this mean for business leaders and the insurance industry?

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Can company directors insure against climate change?

Chicago is facing a law suit for failing to protect against climate change-related flooding – what does this mean for business leaders and the insurance industry?

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5 things you didn’t know about land grabbing – “The Global Land Grab: Beyond the hype” – book review

I work with a team of lawyers busy improving forest governance by strengthening human rights. For that reason, the title of this book alone – “The global land grab” – was very appealing from the outset.

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5 things you didn’t know about land grabbing – “The Global Land Grab: Beyond the hype” – book review

I work with a team of lawyers busy improving forest governance by strengthening human rights. For that reason, the title of this book alone – “The global land grab” – was very appealing from the outset.

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What will the ICJ ruling on Japanese whaling in the Antarctic mean?

On 31 March 2014 the International Court of Justice handed down a landmark decision in relation to a dispute between Australia and Japan about Japan’s scientific whaling programme in the Antarctic (known as JARPA II).

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What will the ICJ ruling on Japanese whaling in the Antarctic mean?

On 31 March 2014 the International Court of Justice handed down a landmark decision in relation to a dispute between Australia and Japan about Japan’s scientific whaling programme in the Antarctic (known as JARPA II).

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