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How has environmental regulation changed to respond to increasingly complicated environmental problems? In this video RegNet scholar Neil Gunningham traces the journey from 1970s environmental command and control regulation to collaborative environmental governance strategies used today.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) find it harder to comply with environmental legislation than larger companies. In general, the smaller the company, the more difficult it is. Often SMEs are not aware of their environmental obligations - but they are also unaware of the benefits of being green: new market opportunities and cost savings. The European Commission proposed an Environmental Compliance Assistance Programme (ECAP) to make it easier for SMEs to comply with their obligations and improve their environmental performances. The following links are mentioned throughout the video: - ECAP website section dedicated to EU legislation (4’30): http://ec.europa.eu/environment/sme/l... - ECAP website section dedicated to best practices (12’50): http://ec.europa.eu/environment/sme/c......
In this Case in Point podcast, Penn Law’s Cary Coglianese and Bloomberg Law’s Dean Scott discuss where the environmental regulatory process may be headed under the Trump administration. Produced by Penn Law in collaboration with Bloomberg Law. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org. Case in Point podcast provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, Case in Point gives an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives.
Nim Tottenham, associate professor of psychology at Columbia University, gave this talk at Neurons to Neighborhoods. Carnegie Mellon University’s BrainHub brought some of the nation’s leading early childhood development experts together with local and state policymakers and practitioners for its first Neurons to Neighborhoods community outreach event. With funding support from The Heinz Endowments, the event was designed to help the community of early care and education providers, government officials and other specialists learn how to effectively understand the latest early brain development research and apply this evidence-based information to their everyday practice and policy-making decisions. Learn more at www.cmu.edu/brainhub.
This 53 minute lecture is aimed at international students studying planning and environmental courses at a university level in Australia. It provides a brief overview of the four levels of government: international; national/Australian; State/Territory; and local government. The slides for the lecture are available at http://envlaw.com.au/wp-content/uploads/Slides-for-government-in-Australia-9-March-2016.pdf
BOOK REVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION Edited by John McEldowney and Sharron McEldowney ISBN: 978 0 85793 820 6 EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING LIMITED www.e-elgar.com ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION: THE 21st CENTURY CHALLENGE An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As editors of this wide-ranging and insightful volume, Professor John McEldowney and Sharron McEldowney have compiled an important collection of essays and leaned articles gleaned mainly from a selection of influential and authoritative academic journals from both sides of the Atlantic and worldwide as well. Published recently by Edward Elgar, the primary focus of the book is on environmental regulation in the United Kingdom, as it compares with other jurisdictions, particularly the Un...
Your organisation will have undoubtedly been affected by new regulation. But do you know what it all means? Do your colleagues ever use regulatory terminology that goes over your head? This workshop provides a high-level look at the structure of the regulatory environment of the UK, explaining the terminology often used and focusing on the role of the regulator. To receive e-updates about future Knowledge Bite events, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Payments Environment: Regulation, Implementation, Activation The configuration of the new environment on the integration of digital payments in the citizen’s everyday life. The development and implementation of the regulatory framework and the sustainable operation of all stakeholders.
Bill Rice, David Wilson and Paul Bourque speak about whether principles-based regulation would work in the Canadian environment. Capital Ideas is an industry conference that brings together business leaders and securities industry professionals. For more: http://www.bcsc.bc.ca/About_Us/Events/Capital_Ideas/Capital_Ideas_2006/