As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, ClientEarth is working to ensure all environmental protections are maintained or strengthened to safeguard wildlife, habitats and health both in the UK and across Europe.

EU Referendum

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    Brexit documents highlight the holes for environment in no-deal scenario

    Legal experts from environmental law charity ClientEarth warn that documents released yesterday detailing the government’s contingencies for a no-deal Brexit scenario reveal departments worryingly underprepared to maintain promised environmental protections.

  • photo taken underwater

    Have your say: help protect the UK’s marine life

    ClientEarth is part of the new #maynotcontainfish campaign that is encouraging the public to help ensure that Brexit will not lead to dangerous overfishing.

  • Coloured nets on docks

    UK government white paper fails to protect British fisheries and marine environment

    The government has promised sustainable fisheries and better monitoring of fishing activity and enforcement of laws after Brexit, but no concrete plans for how these goals will be delivered.

  • Small hedgehog in leaves

    What are environmental principles?

    The EU environmental principles offer protection to our natural world. They act as guidance for judges and decision-makers, giving laws shape and meaning. But what will happen to the environmental principles after Brexit? 

  • Team

  • Simon Alcock, Communications and Public Affairs Manager

    Simon Alcock

  • Jon Bennett

  • Sarah Denman, UK Environment Lawyer, ClientEarth

    Sarah Denman

  • Nandi Mkhize

    Nandi Mkhize

  • Hatti Owens, Legal and Policy Researcher, ClientEarth

    Hatti Owens

  • Tom West

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