Rose OrlikRose Orlik

Communications officer at ClientEarth with a sideline in cooking, cycling and being outside as much as possible.

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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Marshall Islander’s climate change speech moves UN to tears

Watch what happened when Marshall Islander Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner talked to the UN about climate change.

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Marshall Islander’s climate change speech moves UN to tears

Watch what happened when Marshall Islander Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner talked to the UN about climate change.

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Love eating? Love the environment? Try a sustainable food app

Buy more sustainable food with the help of a handy app

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Love eating? Love the environment? Try a sustainable food app

Buy more sustainable food with the help of a handy app

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What is the porpoise of environmental lawyers?

Harbour porpoises living in UK waters are under threat – how can environmental lawyers help?

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What is the porpoise of environmental lawyers?

Harbour porpoises living in UK waters are under threat – how can environmental lawyers help?

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James Thornton on clean air, healthy seas and Coldplay

Our founder and CEO, James Thornton, talks to the Law Society Gazette about how Zen Buddhism informs his work and being raided by the Polish police.

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James Thornton on clean air, healthy seas and Coldplay

Our founder and CEO, James Thornton, talks to the Law Society Gazette about how Zen Buddhism informs his work and being raided by the Polish police.

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Fishermen take Twitter by storm

Small scale Cornish fishermen are taking Twitter by storm – find out how!

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Fishermen take Twitter by storm

Small scale Cornish fishermen are taking Twitter by storm – find out how!

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What does illegal logging tell us about illegal fishing?

The links between illegal fishing and illegal logging dissected by a World Bank expert

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What does illegal logging tell us about illegal fishing?

The links between illegal fishing and illegal logging dissected by a World Bank expert

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Energy revolution on your doorstep

How do you put people at the centre of a renewable energy revolution?

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Energy revolution on your doorstep

How do you put people at the centre of a renewable energy revolution?

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The Story of Solutions – video

Everyone knows over-consumption is killing the planet, but what can we do about it?

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The Story of Solutions – video

Everyone knows over-consumption is killing the planet, but what can we do about it?

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Sowing seeds to save the bees

Now is the perfect time to sow seeds which help protect bees

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Sowing seeds to save the bees

Now is the perfect time to sow seeds which help protect bees

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Mysteries of the deep explained

Find out who lives in the deep sea and how they survive with this fantastic Skype school lesson from our marine experts

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Mysteries of the deep explained

Find out who lives in the deep sea and how they survive with this fantastic Skype school lesson from our marine experts

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Energy savings directive decoded – free webinars for government and business

Energy savings law can help Europe stay warm and save cash – three webinars to help you learn more.

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Energy savings directive decoded – free webinars for government and business

Energy savings law can help Europe stay warm and save cash – three webinars to help you learn more.

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Biomess – bioenergy expert Giuseppe talks to Climate Radio

Bioenergy expert Giuseppe talks to Climate Radio about biomass and ClientEarth’s recent case against the Commission.

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Biomess – bioenergy expert Giuseppe talks to Climate Radio

Bioenergy expert Giuseppe talks to Climate Radio about biomass and ClientEarth’s recent case against the Commission.

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ClientEarth and Birdlife sue Commission over biomass review

ClientEarth and Birdlife have today sued the European Commission over failure to publish its examination of controversial biomass emissions.

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ClientEarth and Birdlife sue Commission over biomass review

ClientEarth and Birdlife have today sued the European Commission over failure to publish its examination of controversial biomass emissions.

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EC biofuels emission proposals can’t ignore science

Biofuels emission proposals no longer include accounting for greenhouse gases; our bioenergy expert, Giuseppe Nastasi, analyses some of the primary changes in the legislation.

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EC biofuels emission proposals can’t ignore science

Biofuels emission proposals no longer include accounting for greenhouse gases; our bioenergy expert, Giuseppe Nastasi, analyses some of the primary changes in the legislation.

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Is Europe on target for energy efficiency?

The EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive was approved in European Parliament this month, but will Member States rise to the challenge?

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Is Europe on target for energy efficiency?

The EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive was approved in European Parliament this month, but will Member States rise to the challenge?

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Air pollution costs France €5bn and 3,000 deaths a year

Cutting air pollution in French cities could save up to five billion euros a year and prevent almost 3,000 deaths annually, according to a study released this week by the French Institute for Public Health (InVS).

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Air pollution costs France €5bn and 3,000 deaths a year

Cutting air pollution in French cities could save up to five billion euros a year and prevent almost 3,000 deaths annually, according to a study released this week by the French Institute for Public Health (InVS).

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