In the final part of a two-part series of articles, we examine the international legal and regulatory framework and the significant ESG risks that deep-sea mining has the potential to create.
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In part one of a two-part series of articles, we examine why we may need to look at deep-sea mining and what is required to make it happen in practical terms.
Infrastructure Insights: The road to building back better – private sector priorities for the UK Infrastructure Bank
In light of the recent publication by the UK Infrastructure Bank of the discussion paper “Potential Private Sector Opportunities in Priority Sectors”, we have produced this short article for parties both interested, and already actively involved, in the UK infrastructure investment sphere.