Post-Kyoto, emissions trading looks set to become a key area of practice for energy lawyers, regardless of their provenance. Sophie Evans looks at developments across the globe
The world is now moving to London – figures show migration into the city surging ahead of other major cities such as New York and Los Angeles. Meanwhile, the world’s energy and climate change lawyers seem to be gathering in the British capital, making it the hotspot for this aggressively emerging practice area.
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