Lexis PSL Environmental Law News Podcast – September 2019

Lexis PSL Environmental Law News Podcast – September 2019

Welcome to the September 2019 environmental law news podcast. In this podcast, Christopher Badger of 6 Pump Court takes us through the following environmental law updates:

  • The end of austerity and what this means for the environment
  • News that Glasgow will host the COP 26 climate summit
  • Mark Carney’s calls for climate risks and resilience to be brought into the heart of financial decision making

To listen to the podcast, click here.

The end of austerity and what this means for the environment – listen from 0.33 mins

In part one of the podcast, Chris discusses Sajid Javid, Chancellor of the Exchequer’s ‘Spending Round’ speech, delivered on 4th September, picking out the key environmental headlines, such as:

  • DEFRA is to be given

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About the author:

Simone is an environmental law specialist and is head of LexisPSL Environment.

Simone moved to LexisNexis from Clyde & Co where she trained. Whilst at Clyde & Co Simone gained experience in contentious work, including large scale arbitrations, private claims and regulatory breaches, and a variety of non-contentious issues. Some of her experience includes the EU Emissions Trading System, the domestic Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme, environmental due diligence, Energy Performance Certificates, permitting requirements and contaminated land.

Simone has written a number of articles, which have been published in various journals and is a trustee of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association (UKELA).