Podcast Series with No5 Chambers

 

Please enjoy our podcast series with our Vice Chair, Nina Pindham and Richard Kimblin KC.  Thank you to No5 Chambers for supporting the series with professional sound production by Rubber Ears.

  • Richard Kimblin KC at No5 Chambers is joined by Will Rundle, Head of Legal at Friends of the Earth and Harj Narulla (pupil barrister at No5 Chambers) to help listeners get to grips with two cases on the assessment of climate impacts: in what way do climate change effects have to be taken into account in an ES?; and what can lawfully be left out of account? The case of Finch helps with these questions and we are guided through that judgment, which was decided 2:1. We then turn to the Mozambique case. There, in the opinion of one judge in the High Court, an unreasonable assessment of climate effects can make a decision unlawful. Unusually, two judges sat to hear the case, brought by FoE. One of them found that assessment was irrational. We have a look at why that was so - listen to podcast

  • Nature Conservation with Sophus zu Ermgassen, Durrell institute for Conservation and Ecology speaking to the Nature Conservation Working Party (NCWP) where he explores the ecological outcomes of biodiversity net gain using real data, followed by a Q&A with NCWP members. (aired 4 March 2022) - listen to podcast

  • Interview with Nick Grant, barrister in planning and environmental law at Landmark Chambers who discusses the Human Rights and Environmental Regulation around the Walley's Quarry Landfill case against the Environment Agency with Richard Kimblin KC at No5 Chambers (aired 25 February 2022) - listen to podcast

  • Interview with Elsie Blackshaw-Crosby of The Lifescape Project, whose mission is to catalyse the creation, restoration and protection of wild landscapes by pursuing projects which utilise skills including science, technology, law, economics, and communications (aired 18 February 2022) - listen to podcast

 

 

 

Podcast series on nature and law

We are pleased to bring you a series of nature podcasts from our North regions. Topics covered include sea mammals, birds, butterflies and bees. 


These podcasts are written and presented by Iain Johnson, Charlotte Scrivens and Helen Mitcheson.  

 

Podcast series from COP26 

 

Our Vice Chair, Nina Pindham, barrister at No5 Chambers, delivered daily podcasts from the COP fortnight in Glasgow in 2021.  Hear from Nina on finance, energy, youth and public empowerment, nature, adaptation, loss and damage, gender, transport and cities, regions and the built environment.

  • COP26 Summary Podcast (January 2022)
  • Day 7 podcast Cities and Built Environment Day
  • Day 6 - Interview with Stephanie Wray, Managing Director of Nature Positive at RSK podcast
  • Day 5 podcast Interview with Estelle Dehon, Cornerstone Barristers
  • Day 4 - podcast Interview with Danielle King, RSK about the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFDs) plus a report on Energy talks 
  • Day 3 - Please download - Finance 
  • Day 2 - Please download 
  • Day 1 - Please download World Leaders Summit