In this article, Sarah Ellington discusses the need for and benefits of effective measurement and monitoring of the impact of ESG measures.
US$15bn Simandou, on which we are advising the Republic of Guinea, hit a major milestone last week with the signing of the core transaction documents.
In July 2023, the English courts handed down two decisions… Read more
Join us for our ‘Sustainability Imperative’ Question Time Breakfast.
What’s that trundling over the hill – is it an answer? (or will the Hong Kong Convention solve the world’s ship recycling hot mess?)
The Hong Kong Convention is finally coming into force. Will this clean up ship recycling’s act for good?
Partners Sarah Ellington and Dr F. Maximilian Boemke discuss how businesses can prepare for the introduction of the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive. This is the first in a series of articles considering the potential impact of the proposed Directive.
In this article, we discuss the recent decision in ClientEarth’s action against Shell’s directors for alleged failure to comply with their duties to the company in relation to climate risk.
In the Global Ports Report 2023, Partners Florian Kutzbach, Sarah Ellington and Christina Howard discuss how those seeking financing for any such investment need to take into account the ever-intensifying focus on the ESG credentials of the wider shipping industry, and in particular the push for decarbonisation.
In an article for a German publication, CHEManager, Partners Dr F. Maximilian Boemke and Thomas Hollenhorst share their expertise on chemical companies exploring green electricity production.
Following the recent launch of ‘The Sustainability Imperative – Part 2’, Partner Michael Savva examines changing attitudes to sustainability and ESG in the Middle East maritime industry.