Rubbish Walk by LLM Students

By Centre for Law and Environment , on 8 November 2013

photoIn early November¬† LLM students taking environmental law options took part in a walk lead by Rosie Oliver of Dotmakers Tours exploring the role of waste and rubbish in London’s historic development. Rosie is a former Government environmental lawyer, and now works with the UK Environmental Law Association as well as leading themed walks in London,¬† many with an environmental focus.¬† The walk began on the Isle of Dogs and ended on the bank of the Thames by Greenwich where students were able to find oyster shells and tobacco pipes thrown out over four hundred years ago and still resting on the foreshore.

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