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News Activision announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2022, related to the period between April 1 and July 30. Published on August 1, 2022 Giuseppe Nelva Home » News » Activision Blizzard Financial Results Drop Year-on-Year Among High Expectations for New Call of Duty & WoW: Dragonflight Today Activision announced itsContinue Reading

Plastics producers warn gov’t vs safeguard duty – Manila Bulletin

Domestic downstream plastic products manufacturers have warned the government of dire repercussions should the petition for safeguard duty on imported raw materials High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and Low Linear Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) is approved, stating this would affect 417 downstream plastic enterprises employing more than 23,000 workers and higher prices onContinue Reading

Australian Court Rules Environmental Regulator is Duty Bound to Develop Climate Change Policies | Jones Day

In Short The Situation: A climate action group commenced legal proceedings seeking to compel an Australian environmental protection regulator to develop instruments aimed at combatting climate change in Australia’s most populous state of New South Wales (“NSW”). The Decision: In a landmark decision, Chief Judge Preston of the NSW LandContinue Reading

Inside Track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability - In the media, In practice and courts, Cases and Legislation - Real Estate and Construction

In Short The Situation: A climate action group commenced legal proceedings seeking to compel an Australian environmental protection regulator to develop instruments aimed at combatting climate change in Australia’s most populous state of New South Wales (“NSW”). The Decision: In a landmark decision, Chief Judge Preston of the NSW LandContinue Reading

The Climate Crisis is the Defining Emergency of Our Time

From 1 July 2021 the Environment Protection Act 2017 (Vic) will provide a prevention- focused regulatory scheme and at its heart is the general environmental duty.1 The general environmental duty is actionable by eligible persons via civil remedies and by the Environment Protection Authority as a civil penalty and indictableContinue Reading