Let’s dive into the world of podcasts on the International Environmental Law


Yesterday we published an article about the upcoming finale of  the world’s largest moot court competition devoted exclusively to global environmental issues – the 26th Annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition. And today we offer to dive into the world of podcasts on environmental law. 


In this podcast experts talk about the latest news in environmental and energy law, new research, and news on environmental regulation, public health, environmental justice.

The Harvard Law School Environmental & Energy Law Program produces four episodes of CleanLaw per quarter. Expect a depth of legal analysis as well as commentary on proposed solutions to today’s climate and environmental policy problems.

Broken Ground

A podcast from the Southern Environmental Law Center, Broken Ground is a monthly podcast covering environmental stories from and relevant to the US South. This region of the country has its own set of environmental challenges and issues, and a regional podcast like Broken Ground is the perfect way to explore what makes the southern US unique from an environmental perspective.

This season, Broken Ground talks with women on the frontlines of the fight for environmental justice. Subscribe to hear directly from these activists who are trailblazing a path to a healthier environment for all.
Have a productive weekend! 

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