Environment & Climate Regulation 2019

Environment & Climate Regulation 2019

Pages: 149

ISBN: 978-1-78915-020-9



  • £300.00

Comparative international analysis for corporate counsel and cross-border legal practitioners in key areas of environment law and policy: legislation, main areas of environmental protection, hazardous activities and substances, industrial accidents, environmental aspects in transactions, environmental impact assessment, regulatory authorities, judicial proceedings and international treaties and institutions.

Climate Regulation offers a comparative guide to the regulatory response to climate change in different jurisdictions worldwide, covering areas such as: impact of international agreements and regulations, national regulatory policy and regulatory authorities, national legislation, emissions and limits, emission allowances and trading, energy production, use and efficiency, renewable energy consumption, policy and general regulation, carbon capture and storage and climate matters in M&A transactions.

Published in November 2018, this editions features the following chapters:

Editorial chapters

  • Introduction
    • Per Hemmer, Johan Weihe and Rania Kassis, Bech-Bruun

Jurisdictions

Environment Chapters:

  • Brazil
  • China
  • Denmark
  • Dominican Republic
  • Germany
  • Korea
  • Mexico
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Climate Chapters:

  • Brazil
  • China
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • Korea
  • Mexico
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Carlos de Miguel Perales, Uría Menéndez

Per Hemmer, Bech-Bruun

Per Hemmer is the sector specialist as head of and partner in Bech-Bruun’s Energy & Climate group. He has many years of in-depth experience in advising the largest national as well as international companies and public authorities in the energy sector, including the oil and gas sector. Per Hemmer has been involved in several transfers of energy companies. In addition Per Hemmer has authored articles on various aspects of energy and utilities legislation and co-authored articles on Danish, Faroese and Greenland gas regulation and oil regulation, published in Getting the Deal Through.

Education

1993, admitted to the Supreme Court; 1989, admitted to the High Court;

1987, Master of Comparative Law, University of Miami;

1982, Master of Laws, University of Aarhus

Publications include:

Editor of Bech-Bruuns publication Fokus, Energi og forsyning (energy and utilities) including author of a number of articles concerning liberalisation of the energy supply sector in Denmark.

Getting the Deal Through, Gas Regulation, Denmark, 2004-2011;

Getting the Deal Through, Gas Regulation, Faroe Islands, 2008-2011;

Getting the Deal Through, Gas Regulation, Greenland, 2010-2011;

Getting the Deal Through, Oil Regulation, Denmark, 2011;

Getting the Deal Through, Oil Regulation, Faroe Islands, 2009-2011;

Getting the Deal Through, Oil Regulation, Greenland, 2009-2011;

Co-author of “Due Diligence for Corporate Acquisitions”, published by Klüwer Law International 1997.


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