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Public Interest Environmental Law (PIEL) UK presents PIEL.Pod - a podcast about environmental law developments, environmental justice and inspirational action in the environmental field. Formerly Just Environmental Law. Music by cubv - http://bit.ly/cubvhi

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Public Interest Environmental Law (PIEL) UK presents PIEL.Pod - a podcast about environmental law developments, environmental justice and inspirational action in the environmental field. Formerly Just Environmental Law. Music by cubv - http://bit.ly/cubvhi

    Realities of Environmental Law Practice & The Rights of Nature

    Realities of Environmental Law Practice & The Rights of Nature

    In this episode, we discuss with Paul Powlesland, barrister, activist and founder of Lawyers for Nature, the role of lawyers in the fight and advocacy for the rights of nature.

    • 56 min
    The Right to Protest: The Delicate Balance of its Proper Exercise.

    The Right to Protest: The Delicate Balance of its Proper Exercise.

    In this episode, the 2022 Podcast Team Amanda, Chuku, and Florencia discuss their thoughts and views upon the development of the right of protest. We voiced our opinions on the Insulate Britain M25 controversy, the Government/Police/Crime/Sentencing Courts Bill, and its impact. We also discussed whether the new wave of protesting aligns with the old methods and ideologies of protesting and whether we agree with it.

    • 31 min
    Regulating Air Quality

    Regulating Air Quality

    In this episode, we talk to Eloise Scotford (Professor of Environmental Law at University College London) and Andrea Lee (Campaigns and Policy Manager for Clean Air at ClientEarth) about the nature and effects of air pollution, air quality law and governance in the UK, and the challenges of regulating air quality and enforcing air quality standards.


    This episode was recorded in March 2021.

    • 46 min
    Can Climate Assemblies Change the Conversation?

    Can Climate Assemblies Change the Conversation?

    Interest in the participation of ordinary citizens in environmental decision-making is increasing. Extinction Rebellion is calling for a Citizens’ Assembly on Climate and Ecological Justice; and last year Climate Assembly UK, the first UK-wide citizens’ assembly on climate change, was held to examine how the UK should meet its target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 


    Dominic Ward is a Senior Project Officer at Involve, the UK’s leading public participation charity. Involve worked on designing and running Climate Assembly UK. In this episode, PIEL’s Issy Campion and Alex Kidd talk to Dominic about what citizens’ assemblies are and what they can achieve. 

    • 32 min
    Environmental Racism and Its Links to Climate Justice

    Environmental Racism and Its Links to Climate Justice

    Join PlanetPod's Amanda Carpenter and PIEL co-host Aphra Bennett as they speak to Judy Ling Wong - Director of the Black Environment Network - and climate activitist Daze Aghaji about environmental racism and its links to climate justice.


     

    • 35 min
    Risks and Duties: Understanding investor action on climate change

    Risks and Duties: Understanding investor action on climate change

    Planet Pod’s Amanda Carpenter and PIEL co-host Rob Clarke speak to ClientEarth lawyer April Williamson and experienced fund manager and investor influence expert Tracey Campbell about the pressures on corporations over climate change, the duties on company directors and fund managers to take action, and ways for lawyers to drive improved disclosure and behaviour in the investment industry.

    • 46 min

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