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SUSTAINABLE MATTERS
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This week the High Court ruled in favour of three claimants who had each brought separate (albeit subsequently joined) proceedings for a...
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Whilst we wait for the Government to bring in legislation to strengthen the UK’s corporate governance, reporting and audit systems (see...
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On 24 June 2022, the 53 signatory states to the Energy Charter Treaty reached an “agreement in principle” to the Treaty’s amendment and...
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The recent decision by HSBC to suspend one of its senior executives has called into question how far employers can regulate the...
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As part of London Climate Action Week, Slaughter and May collaborated with Net Zero Lawyers Alliance to host a panel discussion about why...
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And breathe. You could almost hear the collective exhale from the UK renewables industry as the fourth allocation round (AR4) for...
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The UK’s independent Climate Change Committee (CCC) has issued a “some progress but needs to do better” report card to the UK Government....
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Reading headlines recently, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the concept of ESG investing was on its way out, following successive...