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Hannah Perls

5 Podcast Episodes

Latest 24 Jul 2021 | Updated Daily

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58-Biden's first 100 Days on Climate and the Environment with Hana Vizcarra and Hannah Perls

CleanLaw

EELP Staff Attorney Hana Vizcarra and Fellow Hannah Perls talk about the progress of the Biden administration on climate and environmental priorities now that the first hundred days have passed. We originally posted this as a video, which you can view at the link below. See here for a full transcript of this episode http://eelp.law.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/CleanLaw-58-Hannah-and-Hana-Assess-Biden-Progress-in-First-100-Days-1.pdfVideo link: https://youtu.be/EhvV80q8kx8Other links we mention: Tracking the Biden-Harris Climate Agenda https://eelp.law.harvard.edu/portfolios/environmental-governance/biden-climate-environmental-tracker/ Corporate Climate-Related Disclosure https://eelp.law.harvard.edu/climate-related-disclosure-and-financial-risk-management/Rethinking the “One National Program” for Clean Cars https://eelp.law.harvard.edu/2021/03/rethinking-the-one-national-program/US Regulatory Barriers to an Ambitious Paris Agreement Commitment https://eelp.law.harvard.edu/2021/04/us-paris-commitment/And check out our extensive report on the first 100 days! https://eelp.law.harvard.edu/portfolios/environmental-governance/bidens-first-100-days-of-climate-action/Sign up for our newsletter here https://tinyurl.com/43hyhzsb

45mins

3 Jun 2021

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57-Environmental Racism in NC Hog Farming Pt 2 w/Naeema Muhammad, Elizabeth Haddix, & Hannah Perls

CleanLaw

EELP Fellow Hannah Perls speaks with Naeema Muhammad and Elizabeth Haddix. Naeema is a life-long activist and the Organizing Co-Director of the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network, where she has worked for the past two decades leading state-wide campaigns and supporting grassroots efforts for environmental and social justice.Elizabeth is a Managing Attorney with the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. She previously was the Senior Staff Attorney at the University of North Carolina Center for Civil Rights where she led the center’s environmental justice docket from 2010 until 2017, when UNC eliminated the Center’s ability to represent clients, after which Elizabeth and the Center’s only other staff attorney, Mark Dorosin, formed the Julius Chambers Center for Civil Rights and continued to represent all their clients. In 2019, the Chambers Center became the Lawyers’ Committee’s only regional office.This is the second episode in a 2-part series in which we look at environmental justice litigation in eastern North Carolina, where communities are challenging pervasive air and water pollution from industrial hog operations.https://ncejn.org/ https://lawyerscommittee.org/Full transcript here http://eelp.law.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/CleanLaw-57-Hannah-Naeema-Elizabeth-NC-Hog-Farms-Title-VI-pt-2.pdfCleanLaw Production Team: Robin Just, Andy Dolph, and Sara Levy

58mins

22 Apr 2021

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56 - Environmental Racism in NC Hog Farming with Naeema Muhammad, Alexis Andiman, & Hannah Perls

CleanLaw

In this episode EELP Fellow Hannah Perls spoke with Naeema Muhammad and Alexis Andiman. Naeema is a life-long activist and the Organizing Co-Director of the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network, where she has worked for the past two decades leading state-wide campaigns and supporting grassroots efforts for environmental and social justice. Alexis Andiman is a staff attorney with the Sustainable Food & Farming Program with Earthjustice.This is the first episode in a 2-part series in which we’ll look at some of the legal tools advocates are using to challenge the disparate impacts of pollution in environmental justice communities. In both episodes, we’ll be focusing on eastern North Carolina, where communities are challenging pervasive air and water pollution from industrial hog operations.A full transcript of this episode is available at http://eelp.law.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/CleanLaw-56-Hannah-Naeema-Alexis-NC-Hog-Farms-Title-VI.pdfFor more on Naeema's and Alexis's work:https://ncejn.org/ https://earthjustice.org/about/offices/sustainable-food-farmingCleanLaw Production Team: Robin Just, Andy Dolph, and Sara Levy

1hr 2mins

8 Apr 2021

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Taking Liberties Episode 11: Aaron Regunberg and Hannah Perls of #DropExxon

Podcast | Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review

On this episode we speak with Aaron Regunberg and Hannah Perls, two students organizing with #DropExxon, a group of law students seeking to pressure Paul Weiss to drop Exxon Mobil as a client. Follow #DropExxon on Twitter at @dropexxon.

4 Mar 2020

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Taking Liberties Episode 11: Aaron Regunberg and Hannah Perls of #DropExxon

Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Podcast

On this episode we speak with Aaron Regunberg and Hannah Perls, two students organizing with #DropExxon, a group of law students seeking to pressure Paul Weiss to drop Exxon Mobil as a client. Follow #DropExxon on Twitter at @dropexxon.

4 Mar 2020