Ross Fairley shares his observations on the progress and continued challenges concerning the drive towards New Zero, based on the work and projects the team at Burges Salmon has been involved in
Mr Justice Humphreys, sitting today in the High Court in Belfast, dismissed an application for judicial review of decisions taken by the Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs to grant licences for a proposed development of seven natural gas storage caverns to be located under Larne Lough.
Leading data breach lawyers say the recent announcement by Shell that employee and customer information has been hacked may lead to claims for compensation by those affected.
High Court dismisses claim as environmental charity fails to show “prima facie case” to continue, write Katie Allard and Chloe Jacot
Tom Davey explores how climate litigation can accelerate the path to net-zero emissions
Firm advises Fulcrum BioEnergy Ltd on Jet2 plc’s investment in the Fulcrum NorthPoint facility
Kenneth Lee and Thomas Kim explore how Australian regulators and investors are approaching ESG, greenwashing and the net-zero challenge.