The changing face of environmental law has set the scene for an exciting 2013
2013 presents an exciting horizon for environmental lawyers, both domestically and internationally. Unsurprisingly, natural resources remain the focus; securing access to these resources is the key to growth, particularly in the fastest-developing economies. However, such growth comes at a cost – Deepwater Horizon, Bohai Bay and Fukushima are just a few examples. The globalisation of these issues has inevitably resulted in the globalisation of environmental law. It is no wonder that we face such a changing landscape. So what can we expect for the rest of 2013?
Macfarlanes’ Paul Davies and Michael Green round up the issues set to keep environmental lawyers busy this year
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