The regulation of carbon emissions in South Africa has become increasingly advanced and multi-faceted. This includes the publication of the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Regulations in April 2017, the publication of the Pollution Prevention Plans Regulations in July 2017 (and the associated declaration of greenhouse gases as priority pollutants), and more recently, the release of the Carbon Tax Bill for public comment in December 2017. Linked to these existing efforts to manage domestic carbon emissions is the associated process of agreeing carbon budgets for specific companies, as well as further plans to introduce dedicated climate change legislation in South Africa. This TLS seminar will focus on assisting member companies to understand the current state of domestic carbon regulation, focusing on the key salient points in each of the major regulations or initiatives underway. Click here should you wish to attend this session.
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