608, 2017

CLT envirolaw: Why we are changing our name

By |August 6th, 2017|Publications|0 Comments

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Helping organisations address their social and environmental impacts in their organisation and supply chains is at the heart of our business.

CLT envirolaw was set up in 2009 by its founder Colleen Theron.  Its initial aim was to provide specialist environmental law advice to law firms and companies, but we found soon after its inception that […]

608, 2017

Is the UK failing to achieve its sustainable development goals?

By |August 6th, 2017|Sustainability, Sustainability Strategies|0 Comments

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Originally posted on Lexis PSL on 31/05/2017
Is the UK failing to achieve its sustainable development goals?
Environment analysis: Colleen Theron, sustainability lawyer and consultant at CLT envirolaw, looks at the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) and offers some advice about how the UK can better embrace the objectives.
 

Original news
Government ‘has failed to embrace sustainable development goals’, LNB News 26/04/2017 […]

608, 2017

Legislation Update: August 2017

By |August 6th, 2017|CLT Monthly legal insights, Legal Compliance, Legislation|0 Comments

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Legislation update for August 2017

http://clt-envirolaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/170806-Legislation-update-tahoe.pdf

307, 2017

Uncovering the Signet Group: How Responsible Really is their Jewellery?

By |July 3rd, 2017|Business and human rights, CSR|0 Comments

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Written by Emily Foyle – intern, CLT envirolaw

On the 7th of June David Bouffard of the Signet Group held a webinar entitled “From Mine to Marriage: How Companies are Ensuring Responsible Jewellery”, alongside Dorothee Gizenga of the Diamond Development Initiative International and Joel Makower of the GreenBiz Group. In this, they highlighted the many ways […]

305, 2017

Legislation update: May 2017

By |May 3rd, 2017|CLT Monthly legal insights, Legal Compliance, Legislation|0 Comments

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Legislation update for May 2017, covering a case against Shell.

http://clt-envirolaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/170503-Legislation-update-shell.pdf

304, 2017

Tackling modern slavery in supply chains – what has the Modern Slavery Act done to improve matters?

By |April 3rd, 2017|Business and human rights, Modern Day Slavery|0 Comments

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First published on Edie.net

On the 31st of March the reporting requirements for companies that fall within the threshold of the Modern Slavery Act will have been in place for a year.  Huffington post published the thoughts of Kevin Hyland, the UK antislavery commissioner on what progress has been made since the Modern Slavery Act received […]

1403, 2017

Legislation Update: March 2017

By |March 14th, 2017|CLT Monthly legal insights, Legal Compliance, Legislation|0 Comments

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Legislation update for March 2017, covering details of a case convicting men of modern slavery.

http://clt-envirolaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/140310-Legislation-update-kozwee-.pdf

2302, 2017

Modern slavery and ethical trade

By |February 23rd, 2017|Business and human rights, Legal Compliance, Modern Day Slavery|0 Comments

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Written by Laura Haworth

Far from being rare, slave labour is an ever increasing phenomenon around the world, affecting at least 21 million people and generating profits that amount to US$ 150 billion per year. Although slavery is illegal in all countries, and many of them have designed progressive laws to protect the rights of workers: […]