Legal change: Direct Action unknowns

Creating new abatement methodologies, managing seller risk and hedging against the prospect of government change are just some of the difficulties facing abatement aspirants.

*This is part two of a two-part series of the legal challenges of switching to Direct Action. For part one, click here.

Yesterday we looked at the benefits, in terms of legal management, of the switch from a market system to government contracts in addressing climate change in Australia. Today we look at some of the legal challenges...


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