I am delighted to support the essential work of ClientEarth. In a time when the climate is under attack from all sides, ClientEarth can bring governments, businesses and individuals to task. By defending our climate, our land, our health and our oceans through advocacy, litigation and science, we have a chance to protect the environment around us all.
Gregory Nasmyth, ClientEarth Supporter and Leadership Circle Member

Gregory Nasmyth

Supporter and Leadership Circle Member

Gregory Nasmyth first became concerned about green issues whilst studying Environmental Studies St David’s University College. He and his family support a wide range of environmental and progressive causes both in the UK and around the world, including but not limited to, alternative energy and environmentalism, international co-operation and the rights and protection of refugees.

More information about Gregory can be found on his website.

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