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Leigh Day
In a judicial review hearing next month, Sarah Finch, of Redhill in Surrey will argue that the environmental assessment used as part of the Surrey County ...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The Government has pledged to cover two-thirds of homeowners' costs incurred by the installation of ‘primary' energy efficiency measures up to a maximum of £10,000.
Hill Dickinson
Human activities are changing the earth's atmosphere. As a result of the emission of greenhouse gases from industrial activities the planet is warming and the delicate balance of life on earth...
Leigh Day
Judges will hear arguments from lawyers representing campaign group No Essex Incinerator Limited (also known as Parishes Against Incinerator: PAIN) as to why the claim should proceed to a full hearing
Clyde & Co
As the UK seeks to move towards its vision of a circular economy, which includes keeping resources in use for as long as possible,...
Leigh Day
The United States Department of Justice has announced that Daimler will have to set up a recall and repair program to remove all defeat devices from the affected vehicles...
Leigh Day
A campaign group, representing seven villages in Essex, has issued a legal challenge against the Environment Agency over concerns that residents will be exposed to the potentially hazardous...
Leigh Day
The application for judicial review, by environmental campaigner Georgia Elliott-Smith, also includes a challenge to the Government's decision...
Leigh Day
Katharina Theil considers progress on legal moves around the world to bring companies to account for their contribution to climate change.
Rollits LLP
Biodiversity net-gain has been lurking around the peripheries of planning and environmental protection for some time.
Leigh Day
During the 1970s and 1980s, growing consumer awareness of the power held by multinational corporations and the abuses taking place throughout the supply chains of products consumed in...
Clyde & Co
What has happened in the Indian Ocean provides confirmation that increased payouts cannot come soon enough, and governments of coastal states should enact any available increased ...
Clyde & Co
The cost of straying into "greenwashing" could be very high for businesses that misrepresent their environmental credentials – as well as those who insure them
Leigh Day
Boz Michaelowska-Howells and Jessica Derwent discuss how consumer law can be a force for good when it comes to protecting the environment.
Leigh Day
Mrs Justice Lieven gave the go ahead for the review, saying that TAN's case that Mr Shapps had not properly considered the impact of the multi-billion pound roads-building...
Clyde & Co
The Health and Safety Executive is urging waste management companies not to forget other health and safety risks while they are taking measures to manage the risk of Covid-19 infections.
Leigh Day
Mr Packham has spoken out following a Court of Appeal judgment which refused permission on two grounds for a judicial review...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
In September last year, more than twenty commercial property owners signed up to the Better Buildings Partnership Climate Change Commitment.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Updates to the Equator Principles will take effect on 1 October 2020, introducing new commitments on human rights and climate change for Equator Principle Financial Institutions.
Clyde & Co
The lessons learned by the insurance industry from this pandemic will be useful in coping with the disruption to come from climate change over the next decade.
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