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The Role of Taxonomy and Other Green Regulations in European Jurisdictions

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4/14/2021 3:00:00 PM4/14/2021 4:00:00 PMEurope/ViennaThe Role of Taxonomy and Other Green Regulations in European JurisdictionsDriven mostly by EU legislation, all EU jurisdictions are fast approaching numerous significant changes in the area of sustainability and law. With the entering into force of the Disclosure Regulation at the beginning of March and the ongoing negotiations of details around the Taxonomy Regulation, there is no doubt that the months to come will provide for an almost entirely new legal framework. Join the World Services Group Europe Sustainability Practice Group virtual roundtable meeting to discuss these issues and opportunities across the industry.VirtualWorld Services Group[email protected]
When: 14 April 2021
Where: Virtual
Driven mostly by EU legislation, all EU jurisdictions are fast approaching numerous significant changes in the area of sustainability and law. With the entering into force of the Disclosure Regulation at the beginning of March and the ongoing negotiations of details around the Taxonomy Regulation, there is no doubt that the months to come will provide for an almost entirely new legal framework. Join the World Services Group Europe Sustainability Practice Group virtual roundtable meeting to discuss these issues and opportunities across the industry.

Sustainability Practice Group
Europe
Webinar: The Role of Taxonomy and Other Green Regulations in European Jurisdictions


When

Wednesday, 14 April 2021
15:00-16:00 CEST

Moderator

Christian Schoeller, Attorney, DORDA

Agenda

  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Discussion: The Role of Taxonomy and Other Green Regulations in European Jurisdictions
  • Open Dialogue and Q&A


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