ClientEarth’s environmental work depends upon creating transparency and forging clear lines of access to justice. We are working to achieve increased clarity and openness in the EU’s institutions and at national government level throughout Europe.

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    EU Council rebuff Commission in access to justice case

    The EU Council of Ministers has dismissed a proposal by the Commission to reject a UN committee’s finding that it is breaching international law.

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    Rule of law scandal rocks EU as Commission calls to reject UN finding

    The Commission is proposing to reject a UN finding that the EU is breaching international law. This is the biggest scandal to hit the EU in 20 years.

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    Commission publishes guidance on access to justice for member states

    Environmental Democracy lawyer Anne analyses the Commission’s long-awaited guidance on access to justice in environmental matters.

  • Photo of man on park bench for story saying environmental justice case fast-tracked as UK government mounts attack on legal rights

    Court costs’ case fast-tracked as UK government mounts attack on legal rights

    A judge has fast-tracked ClientEarth, Friends of the Earth and the RSPB’s case over new environmental justice rules.

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    Anaïs Berthier

  • Anne Friel, Lawyer, European Union Aarhus Centre, Environmental Lawyers ClientEarth

    Anne Friel

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    Ludwig Krämer

  • Gillian Lobo, Lawyer, Climate, Envrionmental Lawyers ClientEarth

    Gillian Lobo

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