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The Future of Welsh Fisheries

Blog by Mair Bell, WCPP & Griffin Carpenter, NEF A new report for the Wales Centre for Public Policy  authored by ...

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23rd April 2018

Environmental Policy Post-Brexit: Still A Risky Business?

By Charlotte Burns, Viviane Gravey, Andrew Jordan, Brexit & Environment co-chairs. This post introduces our new report, for Friends of the ...

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12th April 2018
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A tale of two plans: UK and EU post-Brexit policy

Dr Viviane Gravey, Prof Andy Jordan & Prof Charlotte Burns, co-chairs of Brexit & Environment The 25 Year Environmental Plan ...

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14th February 2018

5 Governance Principles for Making Environmental Law after Brexit

Maria Lee, Professor of Law and co-director of the Centre for Law and Environment, UCL Standards and policies set at EU ...

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4th January 2018
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What will Brexit mean for the climate? (Clue: it doesn’t look good)

Blog post authored by Michele Stua, University of Sussex and Ed Dearnley, University of Sussex With Brexit negotiations stuck on ...

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4th December 2017
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Brexit & Environment: taking the EU side into account

With the EU Withdrawal Bill entering Committee Stage this week, discussions on Brexit and environment turn inwards – asking how ...

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15th November 2017
Swiss Cow Grazing

The gilded green cage: Swiss agricultural policy and lessons for Brexit Britain

Switzerland sits outside the European Union (EU) and its’ much critiqued Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). From this position, Switzerland has ...

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19th September 2017
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Who’s afraid of the ECJ? Let’s debate environmental governance

Among the many proposals in Michael Gove’s thoughtful speech on the environment, one received less attention that we think it ...

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14th September 2017
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Having the agri-food cake and eating it ?

This week has seen the publications of two position papers from the UK government, on future customs arrangement and on ...

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17th August 2017
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A Principled Green Brexit?

European Union (EU) environmental policy is one of the Union’s success stories. The EU has enabled its Member States to ...

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2nd August 2017
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Can Brexit truly bring a ‘better’ chemicals regulation?

On 20 July 2017, MP Mary Creagh asked Michael Gove to explain how chemicals will be regulated after Brexit. The ...

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31st July 2017
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Time for some experts?

Although during the EU referendum campaign some scepticism was expressed over the value of “experts”, there are times when specialist ...

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26th July 2017