How A Case Sets A Dangerous Precedent For Environmental Protection

Mumbai: A judgement by the Supreme Court allowing granting of an environmental clearance “in exceptional circumstances” after an industry has already been set up, rather than before the fact, creates a situation wherein a fine is being used to compensate for environmental damage rather than the law preventing adverse impact,Continue Reading

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Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News The government argues that Sierra Club of B.C. is ‘misguided’ in seeking court action against the province’s 2021 accountability report on climate. Publishing date: May 04, 2022  •  30 minutes ago  •  4 minute read  •  Join the conversation Photo illustration Fotolia Article content The B.C.Continue Reading

A case for MSMEs in Odisha- The New Indian Express

By Express News Service ODISHA: The industry has always been a definite engine of the growth and development of society. Successive industrial revolutions have brought unimaginable changes in the process of development. While industrial revolutions in the past might not have given wholesome growth to micro and small enterprises asContinue Reading

6 Insightful UC in Financial Services Case Studies to Read in 2022

Financial services companies haven’t always been on the front line of the technology landscape. Embracing new tools and tech means opening the door to potential risks and issues with compliance most companies would rather avoid. However, as digital transformation continues to accelerate at an incredible rate, brands are discovering aContinue Reading

Australia’s environment law doesn’t protect the environment – an alarming message from the recent duty-quashing climate case

The Federal Court recently quashed a duty of care owed by the environment minister to Australian children, to protect them from the harms of climate change. The duty was attached to Australia’s federal environment law, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act. In reversing the decision that had establishedContinue Reading

The Fresh Produce Industry Has A Moral Responsibility To Focus On Sustainability And Can Make A Profit Doing It As Well!

Jim Prevor’s Perishable Pundit, March 20, 2022 Nic Jooste is one of the most distinguished names in the produce industry and he has written many columns for PRODUCE BUSINESS. He has also been featured in our shows and events: Making ProduceMarketing Everything It’s Not: Creative, Innovative, In-your-face, Non-conventional,Continue Reading

Case for Bradford Bypass ‘thin at best’: environmental groups take federal environment minister to court 

By Joel Wittnebel-Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Mar 20, 2022 – Brampton, Mississauga With more at stake than ever before, environmental organizations are challenging a decision by Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Steven Guilbeault to not designate the Bradford Bypass for a federal impact assessment, stating the decision lackedContinue Reading

The business case for environment, social and governance criteria

The Western Cape high court recently ruled in favour of West Coast fishing communities seeking an urgent interdict to a seismic survey by Searcher Seismic. Searcher Seismic is an Australian company providing seismic datasets for the oil and gas industry. The court found that the seismic survey proposal had beenContinue Reading