Environment related liability issues have seen some of the most significant and rapid developments over the last decade. Environmental compliance is an important issue for all business across all sectors and is often a key performance indicator.
At LeighFisher we seek to drive financial growth for our clients through responsible management. This means addressing the external impacts of operating and growing a business on the environment, community and economy, and developing robust internal communication and change management strategies to help an organization integrate sustainability into their core business.
Energy supply volatility and high energy prices are universal concerns for any consumer in the global market. In general, countries and businesses that rely heavily on oil are more exposed to price shocks and rising costs as the result of the various factors influencing global oil supply, such as political unrest or environmental disasters.
Private companies are susceptible to exposure on the cost and liabilities associated with environmental risks when undertaking mergers, acquisitions and divestments. Our international experience in undertaking environmental due diligence during mergers, acquisitions and divestments across many sectors has assisted many clients in successfully growing their business in a sustainable and informed way.
All companies are susceptible to exposure on the cost and liabilities of environmental risk, particularly with the ever changing and on-going developments in environmental legislation, policy and best practice guidance. LeighFisher is experienced in assessing and measuring environmental risk and we work closely with our clients to mitigate identified risks.
Climate change concerns, coupled with high oil prices and increasing government support, are driving more renewable energy standards and incentives for airport operators to invest in renewable technology.