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06 Apr 2022
Hastings Local Wildlife Site saved from development
A case study by Kiran Mayer at ELF ELF recently assisted a local community in Hastings to successful...
15 Mar 2022
Environment Agency faces legal challenge over sewage pollution in Whitburn
The Environmental Law Foundation (ELF) has written to the Environment Agency (EA) on behalf of South...
03 Mar 2022
Reviving UK waterways – FREE conference – 22nd March 2022
The Environmental Law Foundation (ELF), in partnership with Imperial College London, is delighted to...
27 Oct 2021
Local urgency on the climate emergency?
A report released today by the Environmental Law Foundation (ELF) indicates that while there is evid...
05 Oct 2021
Sussex Wildlife Trust and ELF – Standing up for Nature
It is not so often that we see our UK conservation charities bringing judicial review challenges to ...
05 Oct 2021
Strengthening the law around sewage systems
As we reported in June, ELF and our professional network have been supporting Marinet as they prop...