The Climate Bridge Podcast

Forth Episode: Dr. Robert Bullard and Nora Löhle – The Transatlantic Fight for Environmental and Climate Justice

Welcome to the „The Climate Bridge Podcast” adelphi’s and Polis180’s new podcast series. This podcast, like the Transatlantic Climate Bridge initiative behind it, focuses on climate change and climate policy in Germany, the US, and Canada — a key goal is to improve climate cooperation between the three countries.

About this episode 

The fourth episode of the Climate Bridge Podcast addresses environmental and climate justice. Hosts Mary Hellmich from adelphi and Kira Schrödel from Polis180 speak with Dr. Robert Bullard, Distinguished Professor of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy
and Director of the Bullard Center for Environmental and Climate Justice, nicknamed the “father of environmental justice”, as well as Nora Löhle, former Program Director for Energy and Environmental Policy at the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s North America office in Washington DC and current Advisor for Germany’s Foreign Office Department of Climate and Security. Mary and Kira discuss with their guests the importance of equal protection and equal enforcement of environmental laws and regulations for all as well as analyze key environmental and climate justice measures in the Inflation Reduction Act. Nora and Robert share their experiences working in the field in the US and Germany as well as address efforts to create environmental and climate justice at the international
level.

Guest: Nora Löhle and Dr. Robert Bullard

Hosts: Mary Hellmich and Kira Schrödel

Producers: Kira Schrödel, Tina Bayer, Tobias Bernstein, Mary Hellmich, Trisha Kershaw and Katharina Lange

Mixing and post-production: Franz Classe

Music: Maximilian Below

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