Two months on from COP26 in November 2021, Osborne Clarke’s Michael Kruger and Shraiya Thapa consider whether enough of the conference's conversations translated into meaningful progress and highlight the areas where more work needs to be done as the world plans for a transition to net zero.
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For Intelligent Transport, Osborne Clarke's Arty Rajendra and Matthew White consider how connected technologies are disrupting the automotive industry and discuss what the future of car connectivity may look like, as well as outline the legal challenges that are being faced by the sector in this field.
Ever since 1863, when London opened its first underground railway, modern transport has been evolving. Byeronie Epstein from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, discusses how 156 years later, it is unrecognisable with metro systems, buses, trams, electric bicycles, scooters, cars, electric and autonomous vehicles and drones present in…