‘The unethical environmental lawyer’: Does the legal profession need to rethink its green ethics?

In a world where the existential threat of climate change and environmental harm is rising up the agenda, do environmental lawyers need to rethink the ethics of their work when batting for clients contributing to the problem? Isabella Kaminski speaks to some of the lawyers asking awkward questions about who should bear responsibility for planetary harms.

by Isabella Kaminski

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