ClientEarth at 10: A Benefit to Protect People and Planet

In celebration of 10 years of ClientEarth’s unique and impactful legal action, multi-award winning litigator CEO James Thornton, and internationally renowned artist and Trustee Brian Eno, invite you to a special benefit to protect people and planet.

The evening will help to fund ClientEarth’s creative solutions to global environmental challenges, including climate change, illegal deforestation, and pollution of the air, land and sea, and will catalyse our second decade of impact and change.

We hope you will join us to celebrate our successes so far and help fund our ongoing fight for a cleaner, greener future.


The benefit will take place from 7pm – Midnight, on Thursday 26 April 2018 at
The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4SD.

“ClientEarth is essential to the green movement… to bring governments to account and carve out a new environmental agenda.” Brian Eno

Event schedule

The evening will include a cocktail reception; a dinner celebrating the fruits of our forests, lands and seas; and an after party in the Grade II listed venue occupying the site of the former Whitbread brewery in East London. More details to follow.

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