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Green Financing: European Initiatives
On 18 June 2019 the European Commission published a series of guidelines and reports as part of its action plan on sustainable finance (the "Action Plan"),
European Union
29 Aug 2019
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REFIT In I-SEM Decision Update
The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (the "Department") has published its final decision on the interaction ...
Ireland
5 Jul 2018
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The Beginning Of The End For Delays In Irish Environmental Decision-Making?
In 2013, the Irish High Court awarded €400,000 in compensation to two fishery companies.
Ireland
8 May 2014
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Environmental Protection Agency In Court Against Landfill Companies, Their Lender Bank And Receiver Seeking Payment Of Landfill Closure And Restoration Costs
Operators of landfill sites are obliged to charge fees for disposal of waste which must be sufficient to cover.
Ireland
8 May 2014
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Safety Of Onshore And Offshore Oil And Gas
The Commission for Energy Regulation now regulates the safety of offshore and onshore oil and gas activities under the Petroleum Safety Framework.
Ireland
8 May 2014
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When Is A Plastic Bag Not A Plastic Bag?
In 2008, the Revenue Commissioners imposed a tax bill of €36.4 million on retail giant Dunnes Stores for four years of plastic bag levies for small bags to wrap meat, fish and vegetables. Dunnes had not charged customers this tax over the past four years.
Ireland
2 May 2012
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Environmental Clean Up Costs - Who Pays? (Revisited)
In March 2011, the Irish High Court temporarily reversed a 10 year practice of imposing personal liability on company officers to pay for environmental clean up of the company’s waste.
Ireland
25 Nov 2011
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Landfill Levy Increases And New Exemption For Certain Waste-To-Energy Facilities
The 2011 Act sets a framework for significant increases to the landfill levy, in a move to further divert waste from landfill and to incentivise the development of other types of waste facilities.
Ireland
17 Oct 2011
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Changes To The Rules On Legal Costs In Environmental Cases
Although Judges have full discretion, the general rule in court cases in Ireland is that the loser pays the winner’s legal costs.
Ireland
10 Oct 2011
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What Are 'Health Projects' For Strategic Infracture Purposes?
The 2010 Planning Act expanded the categories of projects that may qualify for strategic infrastructure status to include a very broad definition of "health infrastructure" of "a health care facility providing in-patient services, but excluding a development which is predominantly for the purpose of providing care services within the meaning given to that term by section 3 of the Nursing Homes Support Scheme Act 2009".
Ireland
10 Oct 2011
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