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Green Financing: European Initiatives
On 18 June 2019 the European Commission published a series of guidelines and reports as part of its action plan on sustainable finance (the "Action Plan"),
European Union
29 Aug 2019
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Landmark Legal Challenge Against Irish Government On Climate Change
The Irish Government's alleged failure to mitigate climate change is the subject of a legal challenge taken by Friends of the Irish Environment CLG (FIE) ...
Ireland
3 Apr 2019
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Financing A More Sustainable Future
Sustainable finance is the provision of finance to investments taking into account environmental, social and governance considerationsi.
European Union
23 Jan 2019
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Environment & Planning Group Update July 2018 - Domestic News
This case involved a wind farm, where 6 turbines were initially proposed, but subsequently was re-designed as a 4 turbine wind farm.
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update July 2018 - European News
In a judgment issued on 25 July 2018, the CJEU followed the earlier Opinion of Advocate General Tanchev and held that although measures in a management plan would at a minimum maintain and also potentially increase...
European Union
17 Aug 2018
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Telecoms And Energy Innovation In 2017
In the coming year, Ireland will take steps towards unlocking the potential of the internet of things and the green economy.
Ireland
6 Feb 2017
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Energy Update: Energy In The New Irish Programme For Government
We consider the extent to which energy-related goals feature in the policy programme that has been published by the new Irish government.
Ireland
21 Jun 2016
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Climate Change Bill – More Aspiration Than Perspiration
Alan Kelly, Ireland’s Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, published the "Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill 2015" on Monday 19 January 2015.
Ireland
13 Feb 2015
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What "Not Prohibitively Expensive" Means In Terms Of Assessment Of Costs In Environmental Cases: The Edwards Case.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently delivered a judgment on the requirement that litigation in environmental matters should not be "prohibitively expensive".
Ireland
1 Jul 2013
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Green IFSC: Securitisation Of Carbon Offsets And Creation Of A New Crossover Credit
Ireland is an established centre of expertise in inter-related financial and industrial sectors active in the green energy and related areas including project finance, wind farm development, turbine manufacture, equipment leasing, insurance and securitisation.
Ireland
1 Mar 2011
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