Resilience can be seen and learnt from recent legal responses to crisis, such as pandemics and climate breakdown. This podcast discusses how resilience can be understood as a feature of the legal system to sustain in times of disruption. In a wider sense, it is the ability of our social-ecological ecosystems to resist and adapt to disruptions, and to pursue sustainable development and equity in an inclusive and nature-based manner. Resilience is playing an ever-increasing role in managing disruptions in energy, infrastructure and natural resources law, for more sustainable outcomes. The podcast summarises a panel discussion held at the IBA SEERIL Biennial in Milan 2022.
- Catherine Banet, Associate Professor, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, Oslo
- Íñigo del Guayo, Professor in Administrative Law, Universidad de Almeria, Almeria; Chair, Academic Advisory Group, IBA SEERIL
- Matthias Lang, Bird & Bird, Düsseldorf; Secretary-Treasurer, IBA SEERIL