As the law firm with the largest dedicated maritime practice in the world, we are proud to be long-standing supporters of London International Shipping Week, which in a short time has grown to be one of the world’s premier maritime events.
In the first of our series of articles focussing on logistics real estate, we explore the themes of green power generation and power management in logistics buildings as a means of tackling climate change.
The long-awaited UK government white paper “The Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail” has been published. It contains 62 commitments and in this article we explore some of the key points for the UK rail sector.
Drawing on the findings of our recent report “The Sustainability Imperative”, this article takes a look at some of the possible fuels to replace heavy fuel oil in the shipping industry. While some of these alternative fuels may eventually prove to be intermediate solutions, they remain an essential part of the industry’s journey to its carbon neutral future.
As the maritime sector increasingly turns its attention to environmental, social and corporate governance issues, our latest article explores seafarer welfare, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how employers can promote the wellbeing of seafarers.
Using original equipment manufacturer source data provided by Airbus, ATR, Boeing and Embraer, the ACC will generate and compare carbon dioxide emissions data for aircraft and aircraft portfolios.
The Marshall Islands and the Solomon Islands have recently proposed that the International Maritime Organization (“IMO”) impose a levy on carbon emissions by ships.
David Osborne has written an opinion piece for prestigious UK national newspaper The Times discussing the results of our recent report “The Sustainability Imperative”.
In the first of our series on ESG principles in the aviation sector, we consider some of the environmental and sustainability initiatives that exist today or are on the horizon in the aviation industry.
Collaboration across the entire value chain is required to achieve a reduction in Scope 3 emissions and this is resulting in action from market participants on a scale not previously seen.