ClientEarth’s environmental lawyers are warning national governments that only strong national laws can properly protect forests, store carbon emissions and ensure the livelihood of forest-dependent communities, in response to today’s land use report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The long-contested Polnoc coal-fired power plant in Poland will not be built, after a ruling from the Polish Supreme Administrative Court.
The UK government must now show leadership akin to the international space race to ensure real action backs new net zero laws addressing climate change, say environmental lawyers.
In a groundbreaking climate change case announced today, lawyers with ClientEarth are acting on behalf of a group of indigenous Australians from the Torres Strait region.
“I feel very lucky to be able to work every day with positive people who, like me, value the opportunity we have to help develop and defend the laws that protect our planet. Everything we can do today to minimise the impact of climate change our children will thank us for tomorrow.”
- Ostrołęka C – the €1.2bn elephant in the room at COP24
- Influencing 2021-2030 NECP’s through public participation
- Law and ambition in Poland’s energy transition
- The draft Global Pact for the Environment
- Ostrołęka C: Energa’s and Enea’s Board Members’ Fiduciary Duties to the Companies and Shareholders
- Letter to KPMG regarding audit of Balfour Beatty PLC
- Letter to Deloitte regarding audit of Bodycote PLC
- Letter to EY regarding the audit of EnQuest PLC
- Letter to PwC regarding audit of EasyJet PLC
- Complaint to the FRC Conduct Committee – EasyJet PLC
- Complaint to the FRC Conduct Committee – Bodycote PLC
- Complaint to the FRC Conduct Committee – EnQuest PLC