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Climate & Forests Frogramme – Lawyer (public procurement) – London

Drivers of Deforestation: Public Procurement Policies

ClientEarth is a non-profit environmental law, science and policy organisation with offices in London, Brussels, Paris, and Warsaw. We provide dedicated public-interest legal capacity, working with environmental NGOs and others and acting as legal advocates for environmental objectives. We work at a policy and legislative level to lobby for strong laws and policies that protect the environment, and we pursue litigation that supports our strategic objectives. Our style of work is based on the development of partnerships to ensure our actions to protect the human right to a clean and healthy environment have maximum impact.

We have an exciting and challenging opportunity for a lawyer to join our Climate & Forests Programme team in London and advance our work on the drivers of deforestation, focusing on public procurement policies and supporting other work to regulate commodities driving deforestation, including the development of UK sustainability criteria for biomass used for energy. The position provides the opportunity for growth and expansion into emerging areas of work.

Project Description

Avoiding dangerous climate change will be impossible without substantial action to combat deforestation and forest degradation. Deforestation and forest degradation is largely driven by global demand for commodities including timber, soya, palm oil, and beef. ClientEarth is working to help governments reduce and regulate demand for these commodities in consuming countries.    

International climate change negotiations have focused primarily on addressing the supply side of forest commodity markets, in other words how to make standing forests more valuable than harvesting the trees and converting the land to other uses. But consuming countries, such as Member States in the European Union (EU), also have a responsibility to reduce global demand for the goods driving deforestation and forest degradation. Our work in this area includes strengthening the EU Timber Regulation to ensure that only legal timber enters the EU market and ensuring its adequate implementation, improving public procurement policies for sustainable timber, securing EU directives that promote sustainable public procurement, and requiring EU renewable energy policies to take into account the full environmental consequences of producing biofuels and biomass for energy by meeting strict sustainability standards designed to protect forests, biodiversity, and local communities. And we are active on emerging efforts to reduce the forest footprint of other commodities.

Public procurement policies govern government purchases of supplies and services. When used to procure more sustainable goods, they provide a policy bridge between voluntary sustainability standards and mandatory market-wide measures to compel more sustainable production and consumption. Several European Union (EU) Member States have developed policies to ensure that publicly procured timber products are sourced from sustainably managed forests. It is widely understood that sustainable forest management involves social dimensions. But the European Commission claims that procurement criteria relating to social aspects of forest management are generally not permissible under the EU Procurement Directives and do not comply with the principles of transparency and proportionality. ClientEarth’s legal analysis indicates that the Commission’s claims are inconsistent with EU public procurement law.
 
Timber procurement policies provide a proving ground for the potential of procurement to reduce consumption pressures on forests. Therefore, we are working to protect effective timber procurement policies by elucidating key legal issues, including providing legal analysis and advice. Activities include work related to the upcoming Commission evaluation of EU Procurement Directives in 2011. In addition to timber, public procurement can foster more sustainable production of other commodities driving deforestation, such as palm oil and soya. ClientEarth will ensure that any reformulation of the EU Procurement Directives strengthens public procurement as a tool for sustainable development, addressing key issues arising in the course of the recast process and providing legal analysis to the European Commission, Members of the European Parliament, Member States, and NGOs through legal briefings, seminars, and meetings.   We will also work to foster the development of effective sustainable procurement policies for palm oil and other commodities driving deforestation.

In addition, ClientEarth will participate in emerging efforts to analyze the forest footprint of EU consumption. This will include reviewing existing EU policies and legislation and developing new policy and legislative proposals to open new fronts to reduce impacts on climate and biodiversity from energy (biofuels, biomass, tar sands), food, and other products. This work will draw upon our expertise working in and creating diverse regulatory frameworks, such as procurement policies, prohibitions, due diligence systems, subsidies, targets, sustainability criteria, among others. These recommendations, in the form of briefings and other written products, will serve as the basis for our advocacy to strengthen protections for forests.  

Objectives of the Project:  

•       Provide legal and strategic advice on EU Procurement Directives and jurisprudence to NGO partners, Member States, the European Commission, and other stakeholders.
•       Ensure strong timber procurement policies that achieve horizontal objectives—environmental and social values—by working with and influencing the European Commission, Members of European Parliament, Member States, NGO partners, and other stakeholders.
•       Raise public awareness on procurement policies, working in coordination with NGO partners and other civil society organisations in the European Union and beyond.
•       Develop guidance publications for NGO partners and Member States.
•       Coordinate with ClientEarth colleagues and NGO partners to develop appropriate synergies across programme areas.
•       Identify and develop emerging areas of work to reduce the forest footprint of other commodities.
•       Participate in relevant stakeholder events, raising awareness and attention to forest issues.

Job Specification

The lawyer will play a key role in advancing strong timber procurement policies and ensuring that any reformulation of the EU Procurement Directives strengthens them as a tool for promoting sustainable development. The lawyer will also support the efforts of team members working on other drivers of deforestation, as necessary. In particular, the lawyer will collaborate with Climate & Forests lawyers focussing on sustainability criteria for biofuels and biomass to support work on UK sustainability criteria for biomass.

The role provides considerable scope for initiative and developing strategies and ideas within a team. The candidate should be a good communicator and be able to influence, convince and collaborate, to identify issues and opportunities, and to develop strategies creatively, backed up by sound legal and technical analysis. This is a position that requires strong advocacy and interpersonal skills.

Qualifications:

•       Law degree with relevant experience in advocacy or campaign work;
•       Fluent in English – other languages desirable;
•       Ability to travel, as necessary, to Brussels and other European cities;
•       Confidence working at a high level with legislators, policy makers, and NGO partners;
•       Knowledgeable in one or more of the following areas: EU law and institutions, international human rights law, environmental law, forest law, community rights law, customary law, public and administrative law, legal reform processes, legislative drafting, development and application of procedural rights, comparative legal systems, governance and civil society; and
•       Excellent judgment, flexibility, humour, diplomacy, and optimism.

Skills:

•       Excellent written and oral communication skills, including proven ability to explain complex legal issues in lay language and ability to modify language, content, and style to address the needs of different audiences;
•       Strong legal research, analytical, and advocacy   skills and an interest in performing rigorous legal analysis in support of impactful work;
•       Ability to work with colleagues and partners of varied backgrounds and experience in a fast-paced work environment;
•       Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to work confidently with limited supervision;
•       Team player and strong interpersonal skills;
•       Ability to grasp quickly and accurately new and complex concepts and areas of law;
•       Ability to balance priorities and co-ordinate work effectively with colleagues;
•       Energetic and dedicated to working for the environment.

Key responsibilities include:

•       Interfacing with European Commission officials, representatives from Member States, Members of the European Parliament, NGO partners, and other stakeholders on procurement policies, sustainability criteria for biomass, and forest footprint activities;
•       Developing legal briefings, policy analysis, campaign materials, publications, press releases, and other relevant materials;
•       Engaging with the media and journalists;
•       Monitoring and reporting on the progress of campaign activities;
•       Participating in litigation, as necessary, under the supervision of senior lawyers;
•       Preparing reports to donors; and
•       Supporting the activities of other lawyers within the Climate & Forests programme.

The position will be based in London. This is a three-year position with the potential for extension. Salary will be commensurate with the requirements of the role, the candidate’s experience, and the non-profit sector. The position is available starting January 2011.
 
To apply

Please send us a CV and cover letter explaining your interest in joining ClientEarth and the contribution you believe you could make to the organisation. Include references. Please address your application to James Thornton, Chief Executive, ClientEarth, The Hothouse, 274 Richmond Road, London E8 3QW and send it by email to info@clientearth.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please include “Procurement and Footprint, London Lawyer” in the email subject line and identify the documents you are sending by including “[your name] cover letter” and “[your name] CV” in the file name.

Recruitment is open now and you should send your application as soon as possible. Applications are scheduled to close on 15th December 2010.   We will review applications on a rolling basis and we may interview candidates before the closing date. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

If you have any questions about the role or recruitment process, please contact Janet Meissner Pritchard, Senior Lawyer, Climate & Forests Programme ( jpritchard@clientearth.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

ClientEarth is a registered charity in the UK (company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, company number 02863827, registered charity number 1053988 with a registered branch in Belgium, N ° d’enterprise 0894.251.512). ClientEarth is an independent organisation funded by philanthropic foundations and individuals.  

www.clientearth.org

Climate & Forests Programme – Lawyer (Biofuels and Biomass) – Brussels

Drivers of Deforestation: Biofuels and Biomass

ClientEarth is a non-profit environmental law, science and policy organisation with offices in London, Brussels, Paris, and Warsaw. We provide dedicated public-interest legal capacity, working with environmental NGOs and others and acting as legal advocates for environmental objectives. We work at a policy and legislative level to lobby for strong laws and policies that protect the environment, and we pursue litigation that supports our strategic objectives. Our style of work is based on the development of partnerships to ensure our actions to protect the human right to a clean and healthy environment have maximum impact.

We have an exciting and challenging opportunity for a lawyer to join our Climate & Forests Programme team and advance our work on the drivers of deforestation, focusing on biofuels and biomass. The position provides the opportunity for growth and expansion into emerging areas of work.

Project Description

Avoiding dangerous climate change will be impossible without substantial action to combat deforestation and forest degradation. ClientEarth’s Climate & Forests Programme seeks to influence the legal framework and content of emerging European and international efforts to protect forests. Among other things, the programme aims to strengthen European Union (EU) efforts to reduce forest emissions through appropriate trade policies and other measures aimed at commodity markets driving deforestation. In addition to being actively involved in the successful development and passage of the current Timber Regulation, ClientEarth is addressing indirect land-use change impacts of biofuels, growing demand for biomass for bioenergy, threats to timber procurement policies, and emerging efforts to reduce the forest footprint of other commodities. And work in these critical areas continues.

In early 2009, the EU legislature adopted the Renewable Energy Directive to reduce GHG emissions and promote renewable energy. It set out a sector-specific target of 10% renewables in transport in 2020. This target will be met, in large part, through the increased use of biofuels. But biofuels have far-reaching consequences, including a phenomenon called indirect land-use change (ILUC), which occurs when biofuels are produced on existing agricultural lands and those agricultural croplands lost to biofuels production then move into forests and other natural areas. In recognition of the implications for GHG emissions—in addition to biodiversity and sustainability values—the Commission is currently in the middle of a reporting process to analyse this known source of unaccounted GHG emissions from ILUC and, if appropriate, to submit a proposal legislative proposal.

The Renewable Energy Directive requires Member States to source 20% of their energy needs from renewables in 2020. This target will be met, in large part, through the increased use of bio-energy from forest biomass. In recognition of the potential impacts these policies have on GHG emissions, biodiversity and sustainability values, the Renewable Energy Directive required the Commission to report on sustainability criteria for biomass and, if appropriate, to submit proposals to address shortcomings of the Directive by December 2009. The Commission eventually released its report on sustainability criteria for forest biomass in February 2010.   It declined to submit binding criteria for legislative consideration, however, proposing only voluntary measures and leaving Member States to determine sustainability criteria for biomass used to comply with their 20/20 target. The Commission did, however, commit to produce a follow-up report by 31 December 2011 on whether national schemes have sufficiently and appropriately addressed the sustainability issues related to the use of biomass – from both inside and outside the EU.

National Renewable Energy Action Plans (NREAPs) developed by Member States pursuant to the Renewable Energies Directive indicate that, indeed, burning forest biomass for energy is likely to play a substantial role in meeting renewable energy targets. Yet, using biomass for energy without having meaningful sustainability criteria in place should not be classified as renewable or sustainable energy. But measures being developed by Member States are neither rigorous nor comprehensive enough to address sustainability concerns.

ClientEarth has been actively involved on these issues, working closely with our NGO partners, drafting legal briefings and public-consultation submissions, presenting to Brussels-based and national organisations, conducting dozens of meetings with Commission officials and cabinets, participating in scientific and technical studies, filing two lawsuits against the Commission for access to scientific information, and cultivating media attention and public awareness, among other things.

ClientEarth will continue to provide our legal and policy expertise to address these concerns at both the EU- and Member State-level.   The lawyer would join a robust team of lawyers and communications staff to advance our work on the drivers of deforestation, focusing on biofuels and biomass and supporting other aspects of our drivers work, including fostering and supporting emerging streams of work, as appropriate.

New streams of work to evolve over upcoming years are expected to include emerging efforts to analyze the forest footprint of EU consumption. This will include reviewing existing EU policies and legislation and developing new policy and legislative proposals to open new fronts to reduce impacts on climate and biodiversity from energy (biofuels, biomass, tar sands), food, and other products. This work will draw upon our expertise working in and creating diverse regulatory frameworks, such as procurement policies, prohibitions, due diligence systems, subsidies, targets, sustainability criteria, among others. These recommendations, in the form of briefings and other written products, will serve as the basis for our advocacy to strengthen protections for forests.  

Objectives of the Project:  

•       Provide legal and strategic advocacy and advice on campaign activities related to biofuels and biomass.
•       Ensure robust implementation of existing sustainability criteria for biofuels and biomass.
•       Work with and influence the Commission, Members of the European Parliament, Member States, NGO partners, and other stakeholders.
•       Raise public awareness on biofuels and biomass issues working in coordination with NGO partners and other civil society organisations in the European Union and beyond.
•       Ensure robust regulatory and legislative responses to biofuels and biomass, including amendments to existing sustainability criteria, where necessary, to protect the climate system and forests and other natural areas.
•       Coordinate with ClientEarth colleagues and NGO partners to develop appropriate synergies across programme areas.  
•       Identify and develop emerging areas of work to reduce the forest footprint of other commodities.
•       Participate in relevant stakeholder events, raising awareness and attention to forest issues.

Job Specification

The lawyer will play a key role in campaign activities to reduce impacts of biofuels and biomass. The role provides considerable scope for initiative and developing strategies and ideas within a team. The lawyer will also support the efforts of team members working on other drivers of deforestation, as necessary. The candidate should be a good communicator and be able to influence, convince and collaborate, to identify issues and opportunities, and to develop strategies creatively, backed up by sound legal, scientific, and technical analysis. This is a position that requires strong advocacy and interpersonal skills.

Qualifications:

•       Law degree with relevant experience in advocacy or campaign work
•       Fluent in English – other languages desirable
•       Ability to travel, as necessary, to European and other cities
•       Confidence working at a high level with legislators, policy makers, and NGO partners
•       Knowledgeable in one or more of the following areas: EU law and institutions, international human rights law, environmental law, forest law, community rights law, customary law, public and administrative law, legal reform processes, development and application of procedural rights, comparative legal systems, governance and civil society
•       Excellent judgment, flexibility, humour, diplomacy, and optimism

Skills:

•       Excellent written and oral communication skills, including proven ability to explain complex legal issues in lay language and ability to modify language, content, and style to address the needs of different audiences
•       Strong legal research, analytical, and advocacy   skills and an interest in performing rigorous legal analysis in support of impactful work
•       Ability to work with colleagues and partners of varied backgrounds and experience in a fast-paced work environment
•       Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to work confidently with limited supervision
•       Team player and strong interpersonal skills
•       Ability to grasp quickly and accurately new and complex concepts and areas of law
•       Ability to balance priorities and co-ordinate work effectively with colleagues
•       Energetic and dedicated to working for the environment

Key responsibilities include:

•       interfacing with European Commission officials, representatives from Member States, Members of the European Parliament, NGO partners, and other stakeholders on biofuels and biomass issues
•       developing legal briefings, policy analysis, campaign materials, publications, press releases, and other relevant materials
•       engaging with the media and journalists
•       monitoring and reporting on the progress of campaign activities
•       participating in litigation, as necessary, under the supervision of senior lawyers
•       preparing reports to donors
•       supporting the activities of other lawyers within the Climate & Forests programme

The position will be based in Brussels. This is a three-year position with the potential for extension. Salary will be commensurate with the requirements of the role, the candidate’s experience, and the non-profit sector. The position is available starting January 2011.
 
To apply

Please send us a CV and cover letter explaining your interest in joining ClientEarth and the contribution you believe you could make to the organisation. Include references. Please address your application to James Thornton, Chief Executive, ClientEarth, The Hothouse, 274 Richmond Road, London E8 3QW and send it by email to info@clientearth.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please include “Biofuels and Biomass, Brussels Lawyer” in the email subject line and identify the documents you are sending by including “[your name] cover letter” and “[your name] CV” in the file name.

Recruitment is open now and you should send your application as soon as possible. Applications are scheduled to close on 15th December 2010.   We will review applications on a rolling basis and we may interview candidates before the closing date. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

If you have any questions about the role or recruitment process, please contact Tim Grabiel, Senior Lawyer, Climate & Forests Programme ( tgrabiel@clientearth.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

ClientEarth is a registered charity in the UK (company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, company number 02863827, registered charity number 1053988 with a registered branch in Belgium, N ° d’enterprise 0894.251.512). ClientEarth is an independent organisation funded by philanthropic foundations and individuals and with operational support from an EU Life+ grant.

www.clientearth.org

Climate & Forests Programme – Lawyer (illegal logging) – Brussels

Drivers of Deforestation: Illegal Logging

ClientEarth is a non-profit environmental law, science and policy organisation with offices in London, Brussels, Paris, and Warsaw. We provide dedicated public-interest legal capacity, working with environmental NGOs and others and acting as legal advocates for environmental objectives. We work at a policy and legislative level to lobby for strong laws and policies that protect the environment, and we pursue litigation that supports our strategic objectives. Our style of work is based on the development of partnerships to ensure our actions to protect the human right to a clean and healthy environment have maximum impact.

We have an exciting and challenging opportunity for a lawyer to join our Climate & Forests Programme team and advance our work on the drivers of deforestation, focusing on illegal logging. The position provides the opportunity for growth and expansion into emerging areas of work.

Project Description

Avoiding dangerous climate change will be impossible without substantial action to combat deforestation and forest degradation. Deforestation and forest degradation is largely driven by global demand for commodities including timber, soya, palm oil, and beef. ClientEarth is working to help governments reduce and regulate demand for these commodities in consuming countries.    

International climate change negotiations have focused primarily on addressing the supply side of forest commodity markets, in other words how to make standing forests more valuable than harvesting the trees and converting the land to other uses. But consuming countries, such as European Union (EU) Member States, also have a responsibility to reduce global demand for the goods driving deforestation and forest degradation and to ensure that the commodities we consume are sustainably produced. Our work in this area currently focuses on tackling illegal timber supplies to Europe, including strengthening the landmark Timber Regulation and ensuring its adequate implementation. Other current activities comprising ClientEarth’s efforts to make demand for commodities driving deforestation more sustainable include: improving public procurement policies for sustainable timber, securing EU directives that promote sustainable public procurement, and requiring EU renewable energy policies to take into account the full environmental consequences of producing biofuels and biomass for energy by meeting strict sustainability standards designed to protect forests, biodiversity, and local communities. And we are active on emerging efforts to reduce the forest footprint of other commodities.

As part of its Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade Action Plan (FLEGT), the EU adopted the Timber Regulation in October 2010.   Among other things, the regulation prohibits illegal timber from being sold on the EU marketplace. Operators placing timber or timber products on the internal market must also establish due-diligence systems to reduce the risk of illegally harvested timber or timber products being sold within the EU to ensure traceability, provide adequate documentation supporting legality, and mitigate known risks.

The Timber Regulation supports an ongoing process of forest law reform in the context of Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) with the EU.   VPAs are bilateral trade agreements between the EU and other countries aimed at ensuring only legally-harvested timber and timber products are exported to the EU. The VPA process provides opportunities for forest communities and environmental organisations in partner countries to clarify and strengthen forest communities’ rights to land and forests. Through the Climate & Forest Programme’s Africa-FLEGT project, ClientEarth provides legal and strategic advice to civil society organizations in African countries engaged in the negotiation and implementation of VPAs.  

Together, the Timber Regulation and FLEGT VPA programme are cutting-edge efforts to address a broader set of goals, including reducing deforestation and forest degradation, improving forest governance in timber-producing countries, and cultivating sustainable development – in particular, the sustainable management of forests.

ClientEarth was instrumental in ensuring the adoption of a strong Timber Regulation. Several key aspects of the Timber Regulation will be developed in the coming months and years through implementing measures and delegated acts. In addition, impacted stakeholders will be seeking guidance on implementation and compliance. As the substantive provisions of the Timber Regulation begin to take effect there will be further opportunities to connect to other efforts in the United States and Australia, develop case studies to discourage logging in impacted areas, and ensure adequate enforcement in tandem with civil society organisations. ClientEarth will provide our legal and policy expertise in these critical implementation and compliance phases.

Objectives of the Project:  

•       Provide legal and strategic advice to strengthen the implementing measures and delegated acts with an emphasis on detailing rules on its main features: the due diligence system, risk-assessment criteria, and the accreditation procedure for monitoring organisations.
•       Ensure strong protections by working with and influencing the Commission, Members of European Parliament, Member States, NGO partners, and other stakeholders.
•       Raise public awareness on illegal logging issues, working in coordination with NGO partners and other civil society organisations in the European Union and abroad.
•       Develop guidance publications for Member States, civil society organisations in developing countries, and operators and monitoring organisations.
•       Coordinate with ClientEarth colleagues and NGO partners working on REDD+, VPAs and other drivers of deforestation, including biofuels in transport, biomass for bioenergy, and other commodities, to ensure strong protections for forests.
•       Participate in relevant stakeholder events, raising awareness and attention to forest issues.

Job Specification

The lawyer will play a key role in developing and implementing the Timber Regulation. The role provides considerable scope for initiative and developing strategies and ideas within a team. The lawyer will also support the efforts of team members working on other drivers of deforestation, as necessary. The candidate should be a good communicator and be able to influence, convince and collaborate, to identify issues and opportunities, and to develop strategies creatively, backed up by sound legal and technical analysis. This is a position that requires strong advocacy and interpersonal skills.

Qualifications:

•       Law degree with relevant experience in advocacy or campaign work;
•       Fluent in English – other languages desirable;
•       Ability to travel, as necessary, to European and other cities;
•       Confidence working at a high level with legislators, policy makers, and NGO partners;
•       Knowledgeable in one or more of the following areas: EU law and institutions, international human rights law, environmental law, forest law, community rights law, customary law, public and administrative law, legal reform processes, development and application of procedural rights, comparative legal systems, governance and civil society; and
•       Excellent judgment, flexibility, humour, diplomacy, and optimism.

Skills:

•       Excellent written and oral communication skills, including proven ability to explain complex legal issues in lay language and ability to modify language, content, and style to address the needs of different audiences;
•       Strong legal research, analytical, and advocacy   skills and an interest in performing rigorous legal analysis in support of impactful work;
•       Ability to work with colleagues and partners of varied backgrounds and experience in a fast-paced work environment;
•       Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to work confidently with limited supervision;
•       Team player and strong interpersonal skills;
•       Ability to grasp quickly and accurately new and complex concepts and areas of law;
•       Ability to balance priorities and co-ordinate work effectively with colleagues;
•       Energetic and dedicated to working for the environment and local communities.

Key responsibilities include:

•       Interfacing with European Commission officials, representatives from Member States, Members of the European Parliament, NGO partners, and other stakeholders on the Timber Regulation;
•       Developing legal briefings, policy analysis, campaign materials, publications, press releases, and other relevant materials;
•       Engaging with the media and journalists;
•       Monitoring and reporting on the progress of campaign activities;
•       Participating in litigation, as necessary, under the supervision of senior lawyers;
•       Preparing reports to donors; and
•       Supporting the activities of other lawyers within the Climate & Forests programme.

The position will be based in Brussels. This is a one-year term with the potential for extension. Salary will be commensurate with the requirements of the role, the candidate’s experience, and the non-profit sector. The position is available starting January 2011.
 
To apply

Please send us a CV and cover letter explaining your interest in joining ClientEarth and the contribution you believe you could make to the organisation. Include references. Please address your application to James Thornton, Chief Executive, ClientEarth, The Hothouse, 274 Richmond Road, London E8 3QW and send it by email to info@clientearth.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please include “Illegal Logging, Brussels Lawyer” in the email subject line and identify the documents you are sending by including “[your name] cover letter” and “[your name] CV” in the file name.

Recruitment is open now and you should send your application as soon as possible. Applications are scheduled to close on 15th December 2010.   We will review applications on a rolling basis and we may interview candidates before the closing date. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

If you have any questions about the role or recruitment process, please contact Tim Grabiel, Senior Lawyer, Climate & Forests Programme ( tgrabiel@clientearth.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

ClientEarth is a registered charity in the UK (company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, company number 02863827, registered charity number 1053988 with a registered branch in Belgium, N ° d’enterprise 0894.251.512). ClientEarth is an independent organisation funded by philanthropic foundations and individuals and supported by an operational grant by the EU Life+ programme.  

www.clientearth.org

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