As we return to our offices, governments and businesses are working towards jumpstarting the economy. This will bring a host of environmental issues to the fore, relating to permit requirements, sustainable investment initiatives, bankruptcy and other recent developments as they have evolved over the past few months.
Join a national panel of Blakes Environmental lawyers for an online conversation about these issues and other environmental updates across the country.
Getting back on track. Missed some monitoring or reporting requirements, or failed to comply with your permits while you were shut down? What now?
We need to get the economy going (Part 1). There are programs in place and/or money available. Are there green strings attached? What new climate or sustainability initiatives are in place or coming?
Putting the “E” in ESG. How the focus on ESG (environmental, social and governance) will affect the way you do business.
We need to get the economy going (Part 2). Many projects are dead or on hold. Governments will push to get projects up and running. Are approvals still possible? What impediments will be in the way and will anything be done to clear them?
Some won’t make it. The law continues to evolve at the intersection of bankruptcy and environmental law. What do creditors need to watch out for? Are they as well protected as they thought?
- Short overviews of British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, Ontario and federal developments.
Jonathan Kahn, Toronto
Grace Smith, Toronto
Anne-Catherine Boucher, Montréal
Anne Drost, Montréal
Charles Kazaz, Montréal
Scott Birse, Calgary
Duff Harper, Calgary
Terri-Lee Oleniuk, Calgary
Paulina Adamson, Vancouver
Tony Crossman, Vancouver
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
12 – 2 p.m. (EDT)
Mandatory Continuing Education
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