India rejecting Kyoto, despite apparent Chinese willingness

A surprising new move by China toward agreeing to limit emissions could be the key to unlocking a new climate change deal in Durban, despite negativity from India. According to reports from Norton Rose lawyers, China’s position as the world’s largest polluter would force others to follow suit due to political pressures. The law firm […]

Divisions cause stalemates in Durban

There have been clear signals at COP 17 in Durban that the Kyoto Protocol will not continue under its current guise. However, according to International Lawyers Norton Rose, there is a clear desire by many of the attendees for a new agreement to be outlined. On recent reports that some nations were planning to withdraw, […]

Fuel from waste set to grow

There’s growing confidence in the fuel from waste market according to a new survey. The study by international law firm Norton Rose found 58% of senior execs in the UK waste industry believe their sector will grow next year. The market for both solid recovered fuel (SRF) and refuse derived fuel (RDF) is growing but […]