Environment & Climate Regulation 2023: Lexology GTDT

External publications Written by William Oxby (Partner), Jessica Day (Associate)

Partner William Oxby and Associate Jessica Day have contributed two chapters on Environment 2023 and Climate Regulation 2023 in Lexology's Getting The Deal Through.

The quick reference guides enable the reader to quickly understand the key elements of Australian Environment and Climate Change Law. The guides allow a side-by-side comparison of local insights, including the main environment and planning law, climate regulations, enforcement, policies and authorities; waste regulation, national emission levels, limits and emission reduction projects; emission allowances and trading; energy and non-energy sector regulation; renewable energy consumption, policy and general regulation, including carbon capture and storage; due diligence, M&A transactions; and recent trends.

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