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Regulating The Emergence Of Battery Electric Vehicles In Indonesia
On 8 August 2019, the same day that Jakarta, Indonesia's capital city, was reported by Jakarta Post, a local newspaper,
Indonesia
8 Oct 2019
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Is Civil Society Overreaching Environmental Regulation?
In heavily regulated business environments, such as the waste sector, we can usually see what is coming down the political and legislative pipeline.
UK
10 Jul 2019
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When Civil Society Overreaches Regulation
On 27 March, the Dentons Environment team delivered the first in a series of seminars on UK Environmental Law – 2019 as it happens (and beyond).
UK
29 Apr 2019
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Environmental Law
Canadian environmental regulation and policy is constantly changing. Issues relating to climate change, ocean pollution and toxic substances are frequently in the headlines and often lead to calls
Canada
1 Mar 2019
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New Kid On The Block – Blockchain Opportunities For The Waste Industry
Blockchain is a decentralised, digital data storage and validation system. It is a distributed ledger technology (DLT) – that is, a distributed network of computers (nodes),
UK
15 Jan 2019
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Climate Change Newsletter - Issue 4
Welcome to the Dentons' Climate Change Newsletter.
United States
9 Sep 2018
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Changes To Environment Agency Enforcement And Sanctions Guidance
The Environment Agency recently consulted on proposed changes to its Enforcement and Sanctions Statement and Guidance.
UK
10 Apr 2018
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Upcoming Projects In MEA Region
A new waste management facility in Umm Al Quwain, part of the Northern Emirates, capable of processing between 1,000 and 1,500 tonnes per day.
United Arab Emirates
26 Jan 2017
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Law On The Transition To A Green Economy Presented In Kazakhstan
On 1 July 2016, the Law On Amendments and Additions to Some Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the transition of the Republic of Kazakhstan to a "green economy" came into force.
Kazakhstan
17 Oct 2016
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Waste On Land: A Warning For Landowners
Fly-tipping continues to cause problems for businesses, governments and communities. Defra recently assessed the number of fly-tipping incidents during 2014-2015 at around 900,000 in England alone.
UK
3 Nov 2015
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Wasting Opportunities On Shale
Whilst we have not yet seen a US-style shale gas "revolution", the wheels of UK shale are certainly in motion. In January, David Cameron pledged to go "all out" for shale.
UK
29 Aug 2014
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Divisional Court Upholds Clean‐Up Order against Non‐Polluter
In a 3‐0 decision, the Ontario Divisional Court has upheld the reasoning of the Environmental Review Tribunal (the "ERT" or "Tribunal") that innocent landowners can be forced to clean up pollution on their property caused by others.
Canada
5 Jul 2012
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