Climate Change Lawyer Launches Cross-Jurisdictional Legal Advisory Service.

Climate Law Ltd specialising in climate change regulation, public international and domestic law, launches prior to the UN COP 26. The company founded by Michael Rawlinson QC, a climate law practitioner, also provides advice on the regulation of climate change mitigation, financing, and carbon offset.

Climate Law Ltd, a new company specialising in public international and domestic law relating to climate change has just been launched. The newly established business are experts in the regulatory aspects of climate law, tropical timber growth, lawful harvesting and carbon offsets.


Further details can be found here: https://www.climatelaw.co.uk


Based in the UK, the launch prior to the UN Climate Change Conference, COP 26, taking place in Glasgow next year, sets Climate Law Ltd centre stage as the world focuses on this important upcoming meeting.


Climate Law Ltd will handle special project work and advise clients on climate law and climate change law and regulations. Covering both domestic and international public legislation, the company will specialise in the regulatory aspect of carbon offsetting.


Climate Law Ltd as it begins to offer clients support, will be handling special project work by direct access.


The new company has been established by Michael Rawlinson QC, a barrister with chambers in London and Manchester, who is a practitioner in the field of climate change, especially in re-structuring carbon capture.


Michael Rawlinson was called to the bar in 1991, and is an acknowledged authority and blogger on climate law. He will run Climate Law Ltd alongside his role at his chambers in London and Manchester.


Beyond his legal duties, Michael actively supports those combating harmful carbon emissions. He is an independent non-executive director of a company planting and caring for Ghanaian teak trees in West Africa, Mere Plantations Ltd.


His assistance has aided this organisation to grow some of the continent’s largest tropical plantations which have sequestered millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide.


Talking about the launch Michael Rawlison said, “Climate-change is one of the items at the very top of the agenda for governments around the world and all eyes will be on the UK next year as it hosts the COP in Glasgow. Prior to the conference seemed a perfect time to set up Climate Law Ltd. As experts in this field, launching the company means we will be able to assist those needing help with the law surrounding climate change.”


Those interested in finding out more can visit http://www.climatelaw.co.uk

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