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The Environment Bill: Will it weaken or strengthen the UK’s environmental protections?

Stephen Tromans QC chairs a discussion of the key parts of the Environment Bill, looking particularly at developments over the Autumn and Winter.


  • Stephen Tromans QC – Chair – putting the Bill in context
  • Richard Wald QC – The Office of Environmental Protection and Environmental Targets.
  • Ruth Keating – Air Quality and Environmental Recall
  • Gethin Thomas – Water
  • Tom van der Klugt – Waste Resource and Efficiency

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About the chair

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Stephen Tromans QC

Steve's work at 39 Essex Chambers covers all aspects of environmental and natural resources law, both in its regulatory and commercial aspects, in cases such as judicial review, planning and other appeals, commercial disputes, arbitration, nuisance and other common law claims.

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