Green Pulse Podcast: “We’ll see you in court” – When climate change becomes a legal battle

In this episode, Straits Times environmental correspondent Audrey Tan and climate change editor David Fogarty discuss the rise of climate litigation with Mr. Sean Tseng, legal consultant for global NGO ClientEarth and associate fellow at the Asia- Pacific for Environmental Law in Singapore.

ClientEarth specializes in using the power of the law to take on powerful corporations and governments to force them to act on climate change, protect nature and reduce air pollution.

Highlights (click/tap above):

1:32 What is climate litigation?

7:08 Why are more climate lawsuits being filed?

12:16 How does Client Earth address climate litigation in Asia?

16:56 How does climate litigation work with other climate action strategies?

Produced by: Audrey Tan ([email protected]), David Fogarty ([email protected]), Ernest Luis and Hadyu Rahim

Edited by: Hadyu Rahim

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