Cut out: Brexit would put the EU’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions at risk

Off-shore wind farm
In a post on the LSE Brexit blog, Tim Rayner (University of East Anglia), who co-authored the Climate Change chapter in our expert review discusses the UK’s past influence over the development of EU climate change policies and what would change after Brexit.
On eve of #EURef, prospects for tackling climate change are one thing at stake. #EURefReady

— Tim Rayner (@TimJRayner) June 21, 2016

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