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The Paris Agreement: What it means for business

The Paris Agreement on climate change is unprecedented in its scope, will define the global economy of the 21st century, and has immediate impact on businesses around the world. 196 countries have agreed to hold the...more

A CHANGE OF CLIMATE COP21 debrief from Paris - Key take-aways and how businesses can get involved (Asia Pacific)

Since the momentous Paris Agreement was officially adopted in the final weeks of 2015, there have been many celebrations and comments made globally. Before COP21, we sent you our predictions for the Paris Agreement and...more

The UNFCCC Paris agreement: impressions from the negotiating table for the energy sector – and 10 key points about what comes next

One hundred ninety-five nations and the EU have approved the Paris Agreement, an unprecedented climate change accord that provides a broad framework for reducing global warming through international cooperation, adapting to...more

Carbon Markets and Renewable Energy Update (Australia): Insights from Inside the Paris Climate Negotiations - Remaining Challenges...

As the government teams at COP21 in Paris go into overdrive, the temperature is beginning to rise in the negotiations and while all hopes are firmly set on a successful outcome, there is a considerable way to go on a number...more

Renewable Energy and Climate Change Update

International negotiations on climate change have been ramping up. It is looking increasingly likely that a new global treaty on climate change will be concluded by the end of the year in Paris. Based on the current state...more

Doing Business in Australia: Infrastructure and Construction

DLA Piper has launched the second edition of "Doing Business in Australia: Infrastructure and Construction", a guide to the delivery of infrastructure in Australia. The guide looks at different procurement models including...more

Renewable Energy In The Asia Pacific: A Legal Overview - 3RD EDITION (with specific 2014 additions)

It is rare to find a government in the Asia Pacific region that is not willing to promote their nation’s “push for renewables” amidst an increasingly carbon constrained world. Behind closed doors, governments are well aware...more

Doing Business in Australia

With strong economic fundamentals, a positive outlook, proximity and strong trade links with some of the world’s most dynamic economies, Australia offers a wealth of opportunities for global investors and multinational...more

10/10/2014

Renewable Energy In The Asia Pacific: A Legal Overview (3RD EDITION (with specific 2014 additions))

It is rare to find a government in the Asia Pacific region that is not willing to promote their nation’s “push for renewables” amidst an increasingly carbon constrained world. Behind closed doors, governments are well aware...more

Special Economic Zones For The Maldives

The Maldives has taken a significant step towards attracting foreign investment and diversifying the economy through its recent passing of the Special Economic Zone Act (Act No. 24/2014) (SEZ Act). The Act has now commenced...more

9/18/2014

Myanmar's Third Special Economic Zone

Myanmar has joined a host of nations in the Asia-Pacific region that have been turning to SEZs to stimulate foreign investment in certain sectors, create jobs and free investors from more burdensome local regulatory...more

Solar PV Projects In China

BACKGROUND - China has one of the largest markets of renewables in the world and has rich solar resources across its territory. Although China has been initially slow in developing its own solar market, the start of...more

Asia Pactific: Renewable Energy & Climate Change Group

In This Issue: - Renewable Energy Sector Overview – Asia Pacific - Japan’s renewable energy feed-in tariff regime - South African REIPP Programme – Lessons Learned To Date - Tariffs Kick-Start Japanese...more

Renewable Energy In The Asia Pacific - A Legal Overview

Governments across the Asia Pacific region are continuing the push for greater renewable energy contributions to domestic electricity demand. While the deal flow has been lower than expected over the last six months, there...more

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