Talal is a member of Asia Climate and Energy team and focuses primarily on research and litigation on climate and energy related issues in Pakistan and other jurisdictions in Asia. At the moment Talal is working on mapping of coal power plants and petitions that will be filled in high courts in Pakistan.
Before joining ClientEarth Talal had opportunities to work with several organisations and companies including IUCN, GIZ, FSC International, and ECF focusing on EU and Asian Climate Policy and Sustainability related topics.
Talal has a master’s degree in Environmental Policy from The University of Cologne. Talal has been actively researching in Climate Finance, EU and Asia Climate Policy, and International Climate Politics. Talal has also been involved in grant-making, proposal development, MEL and policy analysis.
Law plays a critical role in conflict resolution in several cases. In the case of climate change, law again can be used as a tool to effectively handle conflicts that affect our environment. ClientEarth uses the power of law to solve these conflicts which I believe is one of the most effective ways to fight climate change.