Our London office is our global headquarters. The ClientEarth London office aims to tackle climate change, end pollution and protect nature and wildlife. It is also home to our Development and Communications team that inspire and engage audiences to support our work.
Address: 34 Drayton Park. London, N5 1PB
Call: +44 (0)20 7749 5970
Fax: +44 (0)20 7729 4568
Directions to our London office
The nearest underground stations are Holloway Road (8 mins), on the Piccadilly line, and Highbury & Islington (10 mins), on the Victoria line and various overground lines. From Holloway Road, exit right on to Holloway Road and continue for 5 minutes. Turn left on to Drayton Park and continue for 3 minutes. We are on the right. From Highbury & Islington, exit the station and turn left to walk down Holloway Road for 8 minutes. Turn right on to Drayton Park and continue for 2 minutes. We are on the right.
Our Brussels office is our EU headquarters. Our work in Brussels focuses on shaping and enforcing EU law across all areas of our work – from tackling climate change and protecting nature to fighting pollution and strengthening the rule of law.
Address: 60 Rue du Trône (3rd floor), Box 11, 1050 – Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium
Call: +32 (0) 2 808 43 24
Directions to our Brussels office
The nearest metro station is Trône, on lines 2 and 6. Exit onto Rue du Luxembourg. Cross this street and head towards the big ING building. Turn a left turn onto Rue du Trône. Number 60 is on the left hand side.
We opened our Warsaw office in 2010 with a focus on preventing new coal power plants being built across Poland. Now we have expanded our work to tackle air pollution, defend nature and protect people and planet.
Address: Fundacja ClientEarth Prawnicy dla Ziemi, Ul. Mokotowska 33/35, 00-560, Warszawa, Poland
Call: +48 (0) 22 3070190
Directions to our Warsaw office
The nearest bus/tram station is called Plac Konstytucji. When you reach the square, turn left onto Koszykowa Street until you reach Mokotowska and the office is on the corner.
The nearest metro station is Politechnika. If you travel by metro, exit the station onto Nowowiejska Street and walk to the square Plac Zbawiciela. Turn left at the square, cross Marszałkowska Street and Mokotowska is the next street. Go straight on Mokotowska Street until you reach number 33/35 on the left hand side, on the corner of Koszykowa Street.
We opened our office in Spain in 2017. Spain has one of the largest seafood markets in Europe and our work focuses on ensuring illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing is eliminated from seafood markets.
Address: C/Principe de Vergara 109, 1 izquierda, 28002, Madrid
Call: +34 (0) 911 231 520
We opened our Berlin office in 2018, putting ClientEarth in a key EU capital and a coal and diesel heartland. We’re working to reform Germany’s energy sector, clean up the country’s air pollution and protect human health and the environment.
Address: ClientEarth gGmbH, Klosterstraße 64, 10179 Berlin
We opened our Beijing office in 2017 at a critical time in China’s environmental legal history. We help the government write better environmental laws, train prosecutors and judges and support local charities, so people can go to court to protect their environment.
Address: Sunflower Tower, 980 Maizidian Rd.37, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100125, China
Call: + 861084405941
Directions to our Beijing office
Via public transport
The nearest metro station is line 10 Liangmaqiao station, exit C. Walk towards the south on the East 3rd ring road for 100 meters and turn left along the river for about 200 meters until you reach Sunflower Tower.
In 2016, we established ClientEarth North America, allowing us to explore programme partnerships and share our experience and expertise across the Atlantic. We work bring our unique climate finance work to the US and promote a coordinated global approach to bringing governments and business in line with the Paris Agreement.
Address: ClientEarth North America, 501 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 510, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Call: +1 (310) 361-7001
Our work in the Luxembourg office focuses on the EU’s Luxembourg-based institutions and financial services industry, in order to accelerate the pace of Europe’s transition to a low-carbon future and increase environmental protection for the continent’s citizens.