07 dhen Dùbhlachd 2021
13:00 - 15:30
Environmental law is subject to frequent change, with the introduction of new laws or amendments to existing laws a relatively common occurrence. Sitting behind many of the changes are developments in environmental policy, the early debating stages in Parliament of green and white papers and Bills, and the release of formal consultations. This course provides delegates with an understanding of the processes that give rise to changes to environmental law and the tools to identify and track changes in advance of their formal release into law. The course also sets out the main developments and changes that are likely to come into effect, providing businesses with the confidence that they remain compliant and maximise the time available to prepare for any strategic or operational changes to business processes.
The course is particularly useful for environmental and sustainability managers with responsibilities for environmental law compliance management, and also senior management wishing to gain an appreciation of the future environmental law landscape and its influence on strategic business objectives.Login to register
- Develop a clear understand of how environmental laws evolve and change
- Recognise the importance to business from the early identification of developments in environmental policy and law.
- Gain an understanding of the latest developments in key government policy and strategy concerning the environment
- Keep up to date with changes to UK environmental law from Brexit
- Identify the latest environmental law consultations and their likely impacts on business.
- Track progress with key environmental themes including the Environment Bill, Carbon, Plastics, Packaging and Pesticides.
- Introduction to the ways in which new environmental law is introduced or existing environmental law can be changed.
The evolution of environmental law, a quick introduction
- Primary and secondary legislation
- Amendments, repeals and revocations
- ‘Coming into effect’ and delayed legal measures
- Government policy
Horizon scanning: Policy and Strategy
- Review of progress and updates on:
- Environmental law and the UK relationship with the European Union
- 25 year environmental plan
- Waste and resources, Industrial, Clean Growth, Industrial Decarbonisation
Horizon scanning: Consultations
- Extended Producer Responsibility, Carbon, Plastics, Pesticides
The Environment Bill
- Latest developments and progress
Best practice techniques for keeping up to date with environmental law
Q&A and next steps.
(tickets available until 07/12/2021)
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