Following the pandemic induced hiatus to the podcast series, we are delighted to bring you a new edition of this podcast presented by Christopher Badger and Mark Davies in association with LexisPSL.
In this July 2021 update, they take us through:
the climate change litigation judgment of the Dutch Court in Milieudefensie et al v Royal Dutch Shell plc – listen from 0.38 mins
the Environment Agency’s National Crime Survey results – listen from 4.17 mins
the meaning of waste case looking at ‘fluff’ in Customs and Excise Commissioners v Devon Waste Management Ltd; Customs and Excise Commissioners v Biffa Waste Services Ltd  All ER (D) 86 (Apr) – listen from 7.48 mins
To listen to the podcast, please use the link below:-
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