This article explores how hotel owners and investors are addressing ESG compliance ahead of upcoming legislation, helping to avoid the risk of stranded assets.
In the fourth sector article of our Net Zero series, our team looks at what the UK’s Net Zero Strategy (“the Strategy”) means for industry stakeholders in the real estate sector and any updates since the Strategy’s initial release.
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.
Join us for the second episode of our webinar series exploring the continued evolution of hotel investment, this time with a focus on ESG benefits/burdens in a market that is already coping with significant challenges.
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.
Does the UK’s Net Zero Strategy deliver on its aim to go “further and faster to tackle climate change”? Is it a “step up” and “first of a kind”?
In this brief update, we consider how leaked amendments to the draft EU Maritime Emissions Trading System (ETS) proposal could impact the apportionment of ETS costs and liabilities in the maritime sector.
The syndicated financing is linked to certain pre-determined key performance indicators on sustainability.
This article focusses on the proposals made by the European Commission regarding the extension of the European Emissions Trading Scheme to the maritime sector.
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.