Energy transition newsletter - June 2022
Climate related infrastructure: Protecting people and property from catastrophic weather events
Climate adaptation, not mitigation, is the new direction of travel.
Committing to net-zero: Knowing the risks and how to mitigate
Exploring the key considerations and obligations of a net zero strategy.
Circular economy: New consumer rights and a ban on green washing
How EU legislation is enabling greater sustainable purchasing and products.
Australia’s accelerating power market transition
The global spotlight is on Australia. We identify why, how and the opportunities that it presents right now.
Stimulating the use of and demand for green hydrogen in Europe
Are the latest regulatory developments a positive sign for the development of green hydrogen projects in Europe?
How is the United Arab Emirates planning to achieve net-zero?
Exploring the UAEs ambitious US$160bn net-zero programme.
Achieving net-zero through corporate real estate investments
With buildings producing significant amounts of carbon emissions and being substantial energy consumers.
Achieving a just transition: Human rights and renewables
The legislative landscape is developing quickly in response to the increased perception of modern slavery.
Decarbonisation of FPSOs: A contradiction in terms?
Exploring how the carbon footprint of an FPSO can be reduced and the key drivers.
Evolving ESG disclosure regulations: Implication for advisors and funds in the energy industry
Proposed new SEC proposed rules require investment advisors and funds to include climate-related disclosures.
Review of the UK Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and potential future
UK ETS, its origins in the EU ETS, future developments and the possibility of a global system.
While global demand for energy continues to rise, increasing pressure to support the decarbonisation of the industry has spearheaded radical change.
Currents features in-depth discussions on the latest developments in project finance
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COP27, the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will take place in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt on 7-18 November 2022.
Climate change and sustainability disputes
Climate change and sustainability developments presents great opportunities but also manifest as a complex myriad of global legal, financial and reputational risks for companies, governments, directors and officers and other professionals operating in all sectors globally.