Clyde & Co specialists explore how businesses are adapting to challenges and embracing opportunities to become climate-resilient.
Climate change presents unprecedented risks and opportunities to all sectors. In this channel, join lawyers specialised in Climate Risk and Resilience as they discuss how businesses are adapting to challenges and embracing opportunities to become climate-resilient.
12 May 2022
A Climate for Change | Changing stripes: Adapting to biodiversity risk
In this episode, Clyde & Co Associate and host Jane O'Reilly is joined by Legal Director Wynne Lawrence of Clyde & Co and Nathanial Matthews, Chief Executive Officer of the Global Resilience Partnership, to discuss the risks posed to the natural world, specifically biodiversity, and the steps being taken to protect and preserve natural resources and ecological systems upon which all life on Earth depends.
07 April 2022
A Climate for Change | Tech takes on Climate Change
Host Jane O’Reilly is joined by Clyde & Co partner Lee Bacon from the Energy, Marine and Natural Resources group and Josh Graham, Chief Executive Officer of EHAB, a company that utilises innovative technology to minimise and mitigate weather risk, in response to the evolving challenge of climate change.
17 February 2022
A Climate for Change | Changing Tack: Greening the Shipping Industry
In this episode, Jane O’Reilly is joined by Clyde & Co partner Rebecca Armstrong from the Energy, Marine and Natural Resources team and Karen Lawrie, General Counsel of Seaspan and its parent company, Atlas Corporation.
27 January 2022
A Climate for Change | Lighting the way: The Energy Sector of the Future
In this episode, Jane O'Reilly is joined by Clyde & Co Partner Mark Walsh and Associate Partner at The Governance Group Jason Stanley to discuss the importance of decarbonising the energy sector and the challenges and opportunities it brings.
09 December 2021
A Climate for Change | Emissions Trading: Commoditising Net Zero Targets
Host Jane O'Reilly is joined by Clyde & Co Partners Clare Hatcher and Rebecca Armstrong, and Clyde & Co's Head of Banking and Finance in Greater China, Fei Kwok for the Trade & Commodities episode of A Climate for Change.
18 November 2021
COP26 Briefing | Spotlight on transport at COP26 – Perspectives on key developments
When UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said COP26 would focus on “coal, cash, cars and trees,” it was a reminder of how critical decarbonising transport is in the race to net zero. The summit’s declaration to work towards all new cars being zero emission by 2040 globally, and by 2035 in leading markets, sounded impressive. It’s undoubtedly a step forward, but questions remain around how successfully this will be implemented in practice.
18 November 2021
A Climate for Change | Built to Last - Constructing Resilience
In this episode, Jane O’Reilly is joined by Clyde & Co Legal Director Chris Leadbetter, Lara Young, Group Carbon Manager at Costain, and James Dean, CEO and Co-Founder of Sensat to discuss decarbonisation in the construction sector.
17 November 2021
COP26 Briefing | Post-summit analysis: How successful has COP26 been in stepping up the fight again
After a whirlwind two weeks of COP26, where does the world stand in its fight against climate change? Some regard it as a missed opportunity to save the planet, but the event can be seen as a success on several key fronts. For Nigel Brook, Partner at Clyde & Co, it has been “a mixed bag.”
10 November 2021
COP26 Briefing | Spotlight on climate change legislation and litigation during COP26
Partner Nigel Brook took part in a major event in Glasgow during the COP26 climate summit looking at developments in – and the effectiveness of - climate change legislation, litigation and the rule of law. He joined a list of distinguished speakers from around the world, including Europe, the US, Brazil, Singapore, Korea, Guyana and Bangladesh.
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