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Incentivising net zero — an analysis of the government’s carbon emissions tax consultation

We discuss the government’s recent carbon emissions tax consultation
25 August 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon brings sector leaders together for another Net Zero virtual roundtable

The firm hosted the latest in its series of Net Zero events to examine the role of green hydrogen in meeting the UK’s Net Zero target
22 July 2020

Decarbonised Energy: Net Zero implications for the construction industry

12 months on from the government’s Net Zero 2050 pledge for the UK, we consider the emerging trends within the energy sector’s construction industry

21 July 2020


Webinar on-demand: Beyond REACH

In this on-demand webinar, first broadcast on 17 June 2020, we discuss what the Environment Bill and the next wave of domestic environmental law means for UK chemicals and manufacturing
25 June 2020

Scotland and the “tilted balance” in planning decisions

The Court of Session upholds the use of the tilted balance in cases where there is a shortfall in the housing land supply

03 June 2020

Managing Environmental Compliance – an update following guidance from the regulators

As the country deals with COVID-19 we consider the response from the Environment Agency and other UK regulators

22 May 2020

Three key messages on COVID-19 supply chain disruption and product regulation

As COVID-19 disrupts supply chains, product regulation and compliance cannot be ignored
23 April 2020


Managing environmental compliance in the time of COVID-19

As the country deals with COVID-19 we consider the impact on environmental compliance and discuss the importance of establishing an appropriate action plan
06 April 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon appointed to SEPA legal services panel

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has appointed the firm to its legal services panel to provide advice and advocacy services on corporate and operational matters
05 March 2020

Power utilities caught by expanding scope of environmental information rights

The Information Commissioner determines that private companies holding an electricity generation licence or a gas or electricity supply licence are ‘public authorities’
21 February 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon contributes to ICLG to: Environment & Climate Change Law 2020

The Environment team has contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Environment & Climate Change Law 2020
20 February 2020

COP26 and its impact on rural land

COP26 is happening in the UK in November 2020. This matters for the agricultural sector
19 February 2020
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