Shareholders are set to protest the corporation’s membership to trade associations notorious for undermining international climate efforts.
ClientEarth lawyer Tatiana Lujan explores what a deposit return scheme for single-use drinks containers could look like in the UK.
New figures obtained through a Freedom of Information request are a reminder that action on air pollution is needed now.
This year I took part in the Plastic Free Lent campaign by doing a plastic-free grocery shop. It turned out to be quite a challenge.
The UK government has refused to make public its strategy to bring down illegal levels of air pollution.
The government today published its response to the consultation on support for people affected by the government’s air quality plan. Unfortunately, the response is little more than an inventory of possible measures – with no strong recommendations given.
Plans for a huge opencast coal mine at Druridge Bay were today formally rejected by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid, on the basis that the environmental impact would be too significant.
A book chronicling the history of ClientEarth’s first ten years has won the Judge’s Choice award at the inaugural Business Book Awards.
With two weeks to go until Good Friday, ClientEarth Head of Major Giving, Philippa Dunn, tells us about her plastic-free challenge to start small and gear up to more major lifestyle changes.
ClientEarth CEO, James Thornton, has today called for the UK to make controversial trade deals that allow companies to sideline domestic courts and sue governments over environmental laws, illegal.
A new joint select committee report calls out government inertia and recommends a number of solutions that ClientEarth has publicly called for.
UK Chancellor Philip Hammond offers “consultations” on clean air and plastics in his Spring Statement in the House of Commons.
A new report by ClientEarth and ShareAction has revealed that millions of pension savers may face significant future losses due to lack of action from pension providers and their regulator on climate risk
A new legal opinion by leading QCs has revealed that ministers are trying to give themselves substantial powers that would allow them to change laws at will in the EU Withdrawal Bill.
ClientEarth has launched a new project with the British Lung Foundation to help parents across the UK join the fight for their children’s right to breathe clean air.
The UK government will not appeal a High Court ruling which declared plans to tackle illegal air pollution in England “flawed” and “unlawful.”
“Now is the time to turn it around” – lawyers and regulators say actuaries must do their homework on climate risk
Climate risks can pose a threat not only to individual businesses but to economic stability as a whole. Actuaries occupy a unique position in advising the financial world on how to tackle it.
Today is the deadline for the UK government to convince the European Commission it has done enough to reduce illegal levels of air pollution across the country and avoid being taken to the European Court of Justice.
Industry and regulators should be given until 2020 to boost climate risk disclosure, or face government intervention, a senior ClientEarth lawyer told the Commons Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) today.