China is dramatically increasing its efforts to tackle pollution, climate change and other environmental challenges and significant progress has already been made.  We are exploring how we can best use our experience and expertise to support and assist citizens, non-profits, the courts and the relevant governmental bodies with the implementation of China’s ambitious new environmental laws.


  • Chinese Judges in Oxford

    ClientEarth deliver training for 12 Chinese Environmental Judges in collaboration with the University of Oxford

    ClientEarth and the University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment have designed and delivered a leadership development programme for 12 Environmental Judges.

  • Image shows lake and mountains

    A new force in China’s environmental public interest litigation

    We explore the rise in environmental public interest litigation in China

  • ClientEarth helps build system for public interest cases by Chinese prosecutors

    Prosecutor cases are urgently needed to ensure that local governments abide by their legal environmental responsibilities.

  • image shows people walking on the Great Wall of China

    China launches unprecedented judge training for environment cases

    ClientEarth and the Supreme People’s Court in China have this week coordinated an unprecedented training programme for judges on environment cases.

  • Team

  • Hui Chen, Finance Officer, ClientEarth

    Hui Chen

  • Dimitri de Boer, Head of ClientEarth China Programme, Environmental Lawyers ClientEarth

    Dimitri de Boer

  • Hualei Li, HR & Office Manager, ClientEarth

    Hualei Li

  • Liu Mengxing, Senior Translator, China Program, ClientEarth

    Mengxing Liu

  • Dr. Wanlin Wang, Senior Lawyer, ClientEarth

    Wanlin Wang

  • Image of Ting Xu, Law and Policy Advisor, China Program, ClientEarth

    Ting Xu

  • Xiaoyu Zhang, Lawyer, ClientEarth

    Xiaoyu Zhang

  • Image of Yanqi Zhang, Interpreter/Translator, China Programme, ClientEarth

    Yanqi Zhang

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