Masterclass

Stibbe hosts NGB Masterclass about recent developments in environmental law and energy transition

Stibbe hosts NGB Masterclass about recent developments in environmental law and energy transition

Stibbe hosts NGB Masterclass about recent developments in environmental law and energy transition

26.11.2018 NL law

On 29 November 2018, Stibbe Amsterdam will host an NGB (Dutch Association of Corporate Lawyers) Masterclass about recent developments in environmental law and energy transition. The Masterclass will cover ten aspects that corporate lawyers should know about in relation to developments in environmental law and  energy transition.

Stibbe lawyers Aaldert ten Veen and Valerie van 't Lam will discuss from the most significant issues in environmental and environmental law over the past year. In addition, they will discuss:

  • the appeal decision in the recent Urgenda Climate Case against the State, which has resulted in a major upheaval of the (international) legal framework
  • the advancing sustainability requirements based on legislation and regulations, including the Climate Act and the Climate Agreement
  • the climate and energy aspects of the Environmental Act
  • developments with regard to energy (saving) and waste/materials.

To register, please go to the website of the NGB. For more information please contact us via StibbeEvents@stibbe.com.

Practical information

Date: 29 November 2018 (14.30 – 18:15 hours)
Location: Beethovenplein 10, 1077 WM, Amsterdam
 
Kindly note this seminar will be held in Dutch and is for NGB-members only. To apply for membership, please visit the website of the NGB.

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