Drawing on a series of in-depth interviews and a global survey of 545 senior industry leaders, our report examines the shipping world’s views on sustainability and governance and what actions it is taking as result.
Solange Leandro joins from Stream (formerly Ince & Co.). She specialises in EU/UK competition and GDPR matters, predominantly in the maritime, aviation and oil and gas sectors.
This article explores a recent High Court judgment on whether a restructuring plan can be used by debtors to modify their obligations under certain leases and security agreements to which the Cape Town Convention applies.
In the second of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts introduced by the regulation and explain what this means for market participants in the construction and real estate sector.
This is the third article in our ‘Hydrogen – What is the hype about?’ series, which provides an overview of the hydrogen sector and the strategy for its development in multiple jurisdictions.
The agreement will lead to the joint development, alongside medium-to-small local construction businesses, of solar pipelines in Italy with a combined installed capacity of up to 100 MW.
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.
In the first in our series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, this article sets out the key concepts introduced by the Taxonomy Regulation and explains what this means for market participants in the transport sector.
The Sea Cargo Charter is a framework established by a group of bulk cargo owners to improve, among other things, shipping’s carbon footprint.
This is the second article in our ‘Hydrogen – What is the hype about?’ series, which provides an overview of the hydrogen sector and the strategy for its development in multiple jurisdictions.