Tourists who are visiting one of Poland’s favourite visitor destinations will be safe to assume they won’t be getting charged to breathe clean air… at least for the time being.
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.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have awarded ClientEarth a £250,000 grant for its ground-breaking work tackling air pollution in the UK
Analysis by ChemSec and ClientEarth shows the chemicals approval process gives undue influence to companies producing dangerous chemicals and stifles information on safer alternatives, limiting the market for companies that produce them.
A review of EU chemicals legislation, known as the REACH REFIT has been published by the European Commission. ClientEarth lawyers have read the communication and set out their preliminary thoughts.
In an overwhelming court victory in Germany’s highest national court, judges have ruled German cities are under obligation to introduce diesel restrictions with immediate effect.
Judges have this morning ruled that cities in Germany can impose diesel restrictions in our clean air case with Umwelthilfe. This is enormous news for German authorities, industry, and citizens’ health.
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.
Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) and ClientEarth’s court hearing on diesel restrictions in Germany came to a close this afternoon, with the judges scheduling a ruling for midday on Tuesday 27 February.
The UK government will not appeal a High Court ruling which declared plans to tackle illegal air pollution in England “flawed” and “unlawful.”
Poland has broken European air pollution laws by continuing to exceed annual limits of particulate matter (PM10) in the air – the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled.
ClientEarth made legal history today after a High Court judge ruled that the court should have effective oversight of the UK government’s next air pollution plans.
Environmental lawyers ClientEarth today won a third case against the UK government over the country’s illegal and harmful levels of air pollution.
ClientEarth and Greenpeace Italy have given Rome’s regional government 60 days to come up with a plan to tackle air pollution or face court action.
Making small changes to your daily routine can add up to a big difference. Find out what some of our staff are doing to reduce their plastic use and get involved online with #PlasticFreeLent.
An old electricity and heat–generating plant in Bulgaria has been granted a permit allowing it to burn harmful municipal waste.
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.
A court in Prague has dismissed the Czech government’s Air Quality Plan for the city, ruling that it failed to bring air pollution within legal limits as soon as possible.
Environmental lawyers have called Germany out on its “false priorities” as air pollution remains at illegal levels.
The UK government has just announced a consultation on plans for new powers which would allow it to prosecute carmakers that cheat emissions tests – but the government has so far failed to use the powers it already has.
London has breached air pollution limits for the whole year, just 31 days into 2018.
Analysis from ClientEarth shows that the draft guidance which will be used to identify EDCs needs to be amended.
Environment ministers from nine EU countries, including the UK and Germany, were called to Brussels to explain prolonged failure to address illegal pollution.