It is with great excitement that the Plenary Session which was held from the 19th to the 21st of October 2021 announced that Mauritius has been removed from the FATF ‘grey list’.
Can Renewable Energy Be a Solution in the Face of the Looming Energy Crisis in the Eu? Ways the Eu Plans on Dealing with the Current Situation
Europe is currently engulfed in an unfolding energy crisis, raising concerns about Vladimir Putin’s Russia’s role in capitalizing on rising demand, limited supply, and geopolitical unpredictability. The issue of rising gas prices is not unique to the United Kingdom and countries like Spain, Italy, Greece, and France have taken drastic measures in recent weeks to mitigate the impact on consumers.
Data protection laws ensure the privacy and integrity of people by assuring that personal information is not misused, exploited, or mishandled when being processed. It involves the proper handling of data and the rights of individuals to have control over their personal data and how it is handled, processed, collected, or shared.
Amid Greenpeace Protests about ‘Greenwashing’ on 4th October in the Port of Rotterdam, Royal Dutch Shell announces first U.K. Solar Investments
According to euronews.green, 80 activists blocked Royal Dutch Shell’s port in Rotterdam on October 4, 2021, to protest against its ‘greenwashing’ campaigns, which DeSmog had accused the company of repeatedly since 2018.
Launching the series with Nigeria’s guide, the Centurion Law group team is proud to launch the Africa Investment Guide series.
On 29th September 2021, the world’s first Renewable Hydrogen Summit (RHS) took place virtually to discuss the future of renewable hydrogen, among others, in the
Legal conglomerate, Centurion Law Group is set to promote regulatory agenda around energy transition and legal support at African Energy Week 2021
Centurion Law Group is a proud sponsor of the upcoming African Energy Week taking place on 9 to 12 November 2021 in Cape Town and facilitate its presence.
The 65th IAEA General Conference 2021: On the Feasibility of Nuclear Power on the Pathway towards a Net Zero
The 65th International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Conference (GC) took place from 20th-25th September in Vienna parallel to a range of other important international events, which addressed the role of the energy transition in combating climate change.
As the European Commission (EC) explained, the UN High-level Dialogue on Energy (HLDE) is quite unique, because it marks the first UN meeting on energy since the United Nations Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy in Nairobi in 1981.
Right before the UN High-Level Dialogue on Energy on 24th September 2021 took place, the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Sustainable Development Impact Summit 2021 (SDIS21) kicked off online and addressed a variety of topics, which are most directly or indirectly related to the green transition. This article provides an overview of the various debates, which circled around renewables, climate change and the energy transition. Since the 4th Day of the SDIS21 focused on energy only to a lesser extent, this article provides an overview of the first three days of the summit.
The Energy Sector on the Road to the UN High-Level Dialogue and COP26 in Glasgow Reflecting on the Energy Action Day (2)
As our last article emphasized, the Energy Action Day on 16th September 2021 marked an event, which led up to the UN High-level Dialogue on Energy on 24th September 2021 and the COP26 in Glasgow from 31st October -12th November 2021. Whereas few insights from earlier sessions were provided within our last article, this article serves to give an overview of the remaining sessions at the Energy Action Day
The Energy Sector on the Road to the UN High-Level Dialogue and COP26 in Glasgow Reflecting on the Energy Action Day (1)
On 16th September 2021, the Energy Action Day was commemorated through an event organized by the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the United Nations (UN) Environment Programme and the World Economic Forum (WE Forum).