Exposure to antitrust liability is a concern for companies when it comes to collaboration on ESG issues, despite the pressure they are facing to improve their sustainability performance.
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The EU announced plans to postpone the deadline to adopt sector-specific European sustainability reporting standards (ESRS), just as the Parliament fended off an attempt to dilute their requirements.
The Government of Denmark has published a roadmap outlining its transition towards a more plant-based food system.
The UK is "in reverse gear" in the global race for green growth, a think tank has warned.
From decarbonising steel to unmasking the issues with carbon removals, in this weekly round-up we explore the latest developments regarding corporate initiatives, sustainability reports and key industry updates.
As focus on sustainability continues to drive corporate behaviour, Lucy Klinkenberg-Matthews, Head of ESG at Paragon explores how businesses can become market leaders.
Carbon accounting helps organisations understand and manage their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, contributing to informed sustainability decisions and efforts to mitigate climate change – and upcoming legislations will soon make it a mandatory requirement.
The French Government has published the draft of the third phase of its National Biodiversity Strategy in keeping with the Kunming-Montréal Global Biodiversity Framework, which was adopted in December 2022.
Chyna Fairclough, LPC Student and debt adviser, and student Xean Chew outline the responsibility of lawyers to help their clients navigate this landscape in an ambitious and positive way.