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15 November 2021 Carbon accounting for SMEs: what’s your carbon shoe size?

SMEs need to get a handle on their carbon footprints now to help identify where carbon, and financial savings can be made.

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10 November 2021 ESG for Beginners

As you probably know by now, the acronym 'ESG' stands for environmental, social and governance. Although the investment community initially coined the term, it has grown into a larger concept that can be applied more broadly to any business or practice.

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29 October 2021 COP26 starts this Sunday and will be vital for business: Browne Jacobson will be tracking the developments

This is a key moment for addressing the risks and opportunities that climate change presents to businesses. We look at what COP26 will likely mean for your business.

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19 February 2020 Meat-free expenses claims

Some schools have hit the headlines this week for their decisions to offer only vegetarian meals. But would a similar approach extend to the workplace?

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28 June 2017 Mergers of NDPBs - an environmental context

As more Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) are merged (or demerged) to boost efficiency and accountability, how does that process impact on the employees?

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10 March 2016 FCA response on regulatory barriers to innovation

The Financial Conduct Authority has published a feedback statement: the latest effort in its ongoing push to foster competition through innovation.

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25 June 2015 Can the courts order governments to cut carbon emissions?

According to a landmark ruling issued on 24 June 2015 in the Netherlands, the Dutch Government is failing to protect its citizens from hazardous climate change and has been ordered to reduce CO2 emissions by 25% by 2020

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29 October 2014 House of Lords rejects judicial review reform

The House of Lords has rejected the Government’s plan to change the criteria for bringing judicial reviews.

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1 May 2014 Noise induced hearing loss claim win at trial despite pre action admission

In Paul Ruthven v Goodyear Dunlop Tyres Limited the claimant employed by the defendants for a period of 14 years failed to plead that he relied on a pre-action admission of breach of duty, which had been made for a period of six years of his employment.

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2 April 2014 Land owner fined following first prosecution under EIA Regulations

Richard Whitton was fined £2,500 (reduced from £3,750 for an early guilty plea) and ordered to pay £10,000 in prosecution costs by magistrates on 31 March 2014 for failing to comply with a remediation notice under the Environmental Impact Assessment (Agriculture) Regulations 2006.

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