Plastics Unwrapped: Using legal frameworks to drive corporate action

Date/time: 10th June, 5pm BST 

Free virtual event



Plastics are a ubiquitous part of our daily lives. Not only do they account for much of the world’s waste and over 80% of pollution on the sea’s surface but they also pose a serious risk to businesses. In 2018, ClientEarth developed a framework describing business risks associated with plastics and since then have been working on opportunities to put this into practice. 


Join Tatiana Luján, Lawyer, Plastics Lead at ClientEarth and Emma Priestland, Global Corporate Campaigns Coordinator at Break Free From Plastic, as they unwrap the many ways that plastic affects the environment and how putting effective legal frameworks into practice creates positive results.

Bio for Tatiana Luján

Tatiana Luján leads ClientEarth’s Plastics team where she stewards legal advocacy related to waste, packaging and other sources of plastic pollution and she is also responsible for projects such as the litigation against Ineos’ expansion in the Port of Antwerp. Tatiana joined ClientEarth in January 2018 as a wildlife conservation lawyer.


Prior to joining ClientEarth, Tatiana worked for the London School of Economics and Political Science as a research assistant, focusing on relations between China and Latin America and the impact of those relations in the quality and enforcement of environmental regulations in the region.


Before moving to London, Tatiana worked in environmental litigation in Colombia, where she qualified as a lawyer.