ClientEarth’s legal teams work on environmental challenges across the globe to protect people and the planet on which we all depend.

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  • Suspension bridge in tropical forest

    What is REDD+ and can it help forests and communities?

    ClientEarth launches its new briefing on REDD+, the international initiative to reduce emissions from deforestation.

  • Road in China with trees and pedestrians

    International seminar on environmental law for ‘Greening the Silk Road’

    Greening the Silk Road was the focus of the recent International Seminar on Environmental Adjudication co-hosted in Beijing by the Supreme People’s Court, ClientEarth China and Environment and Resources Law Institute and the China Law Society.

  • ClientEarth actions in support of global climate strike

    Today is a global climate strike. Many of our staff are going to their local demonstrations, adding their voice to the movement and supporting young people fighting for their future. Others will be continuing their everyday work to protect people and the planet.

  • Nightingale in wood

    Nightingales, wolves and Bialowieza Forest – all in a day’s work for our wildlife lawyer

    Anna Heslop is head of our wildlife team. She has worked at the RSPB, the Woodland Trust and the European Commission. She focuses on defending wild places like Europe’s oldest forest, Bialowieza.

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