Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP | USA | 20 Feb 2023
After a historic year for climate change action in the executive branch in 2022, the Biden-Harris administration is gearing up to sustain and grow its climate efforts in 2023. This article breaks down the critically important climate updates for business leaders to track with a focus on regulatory actions, legislative engagement, reporting and international diplomacy.
Baker & Miller PLLC | USA | 19 Jan 2023
🕑 13 minutes 2022 was the first full year in which the progressives were responsible for the operations of both federal antitrust enforcement agencies. It was an extremely busy year, including numerous litigated merger challenges, criminal section 2 monopolisation cases and sweeping policy announcements. This article, while not exhaustive, gives a broad summary on the past year and indicates......
Lexology PRO | Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, etc. | 8 Sep 2022
Nigeria’s “debt-for-climate” plans may address a US$410 billion ESG funding gap, the African Development Bank provides funding for green energy and debt sustainability, and Kenya launches a first-of-its-kind emission reduction tool – plus other key updates.
Marks & Clerk | United Kingdom | 26 Apr 2022
In a fascinating new report, Vienna-based company StartUs Insights discusses the top ten agriculture trends, Technologies and innovations for 2022…
Ramos, Ripoll & Schuster | Mexico | 11 Mar 2022
The Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development recently published a new accord in the Federal Official Gazette that establishes the import regulations on pesticides for vegetable and animal products, including the facilities that perform activities relating to the production of vegetables. This article discusses the new Accord and the changes it will bring to import regulations.
ENSafrica | South Africa | 2 Feb 2022
In a recently published public notice, it was concluded that the current risk assessment framework that exists for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and products derived from GMOs would also apply to organisms created through new breeding techniques. The decision has met with some criticism and disappointment within the agricultural industry in South Africa, which has led to an appeal......