Mondaq UK: Environment
Travers Smith LLP
On 10 January 2018, the Government published its plan to improve the environment over a 25 year period.
Brodies LLP
Yesterday, the Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, addressed the Oxford Farming Conference and provided the clearest indication yet of the Government's plans for farming subsidies after Brexit ...
Gowling WLG
There is increasing discussion around the issue of food waste in the UK and what can be done to reduce it whether through legal or enhanced voluntary initiatives.
Dentons
Industry is driving economic growth, at the same time industrial production processes account for a considerable share of the pollution in Europe.
Latham & Watkins
The Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) is the main EU instrument that regulates emissions from industrial installations (including power stations) and came into force on 6 January 2011.
Latham & Watkins
The European Conflict Minerals Regulation (the Regulation) was approved by the European Council on 3 April 2017.
Dentons
The Government's intention to introduce a broader range of penalties for offences involving invasive non-native animal and plant species in England and Wales has been outlined in a new consultation document.
Shepherd & Wedderburn
The subsidy regime post Brexit will have a new focus on incentivising environmental aims and the provision of 'public goods'.
Jones Day
The document is focused on harnessing the economy to reduce carbon emissions to a greater degree than the Carbon Plan, published in 2011.
Jones Day
The nonbinding nature of the commitments in the Paris climate change accord means that national legislatures have flexibility over how to combat climate change.
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
Today's entry reports on the publication of the government's latest Air Quality Plan.
Dentons
In June 2017, Tesco was fined £8 million for breaches of environmental and safety law.
Davidson Chalmers LLP
This is a special conference edition of 'Talking Dirty' live from the 'Resourcing the Future 2017 Conference...
Davidson Chalmers LLP
Our expertise extends over a diverse range of issues such as the interpretation of legislation, definition and classification of waste...
Davidson Chalmers LLP
Our expertise extends over a diverse range of issues such as the interpretation of legislation, definition and classification of waste, environmental notices...
Davidson Chalmers LLP
The partnership was set up in 2003 and has achieved almost 600 convictions since then, the most recent being a fine for over £1,800 for the unauthorised dumping of household waste.
Davidson Chalmers LLP
In this edition of Talking Dirty I am looking at the regulation landscape – from environmental permitting to enforcement – affecting operators in sectors such as waste management.
Davidson Chalmers LLP
Towards the end of last year I was delighted to achieve full membership of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM).
Latham & Watkins
New Zealand's Parliament has just passed a bill to enable the Whanganui River to be recognised as a legal person.
Dentons
Thames Water has received a record £20.3 million fine for water pollution.
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Shepherd & Wedderburn
The subsidy regime post Brexit will have a new focus on incentivising environmental aims and the provision of 'public goods'.
Dentons
The Government's intention to introduce a broader range of penalties for offences involving invasive non-native animal and plant species in England and Wales has been outlined in a new consultation document.
Clyde & Co
Environmental litigation against holding corporations for environmental damage caused by their subsidiaries abroad, globally, is increasing.
Dentons
In June 2017, Tesco was fined £8 million for breaches of environmental and safety law.
Travers Smith LLP
On 10 January 2018, the Government published its plan to improve the environment over a 25 year period.
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
The challenge is by now familiar: the UK is set to leave the EU in March 2019 and the nature and impact of Brexit still remains unclear.
Latham & Watkins
The Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) is the main EU instrument that regulates emissions from industrial installations (including power stations) and came into force on 6 January 2011.
Latham & Watkins
New Zealand's Parliament has just passed a bill to enable the Whanganui River to be recognised as a legal person.
Withers LLP
On June 21, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit declined to follow the First Circuit's materiality standard for requiring the disclosure of interim financial documents in an SEC...
Davidson Chalmers LLP
This is a special conference edition of 'Talking Dirty' live from the 'Resourcing the Future 2017 Conference...
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