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Coldplay Become Patrons Of Public Interest Environmental Law Organization

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Music group Coldplay is taking action for Mother Earth by becoming patrons of the organization ClientEarth — a UK-based public interest environmental law organization that works across the globe to protect the environment through advocacy, lobbying, litigation and research.

The band learned of the organization thanks to Coldplay’s creative director and fifth member Phil Harvey — one of ClientEarth’s trustees. What’s more, the producer of their last album Brian Eno, as well as the MP and former editor of the Ecologist Zac Goldsmith, are also patrons of the organization.

“Client Earth is at the forefront of changing the way the planet’s resources are governed,” said the band. “They have a positive and pragmatic approach to environmental issues, improving and enforcing environmental law. Coldplay are proud to support them.”

Now we know there are a lot of jokes out there about lawyers, but lawyers who help save the planet are no joke to us!

Check out the video from ClientEarth below and visit their website to learn more!

Coldplay support ClientEarth from ClientEarth on Vimeo.

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