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Cover of UK and EU and PSA report Brexit and Beyond

Brexit will test the UK’s capacities to their limits — and possibly beyond.

One of our funders, the ESRC’s UK in a Changing Europe Initiative, has published a thoughtful new paper which seeks to ...

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7th November 2016
Richard Cowell and Charlotte Burns giving evidence

Leaving the EU: Implications for Wales (Environment & Marine)

Yesterday two EUrefEnv authors, Dr Richard Cowell from the University of Cardiff, co-author of our Land Use and Planning chapter, ...

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1st November 2016
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Heathrow expansion in the shadow of Brexit

After decades of debate on where – and whether – to expand airport capacity in south-eastern England, the UK government ...

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31st October 2016
Andrew Jordan giving evidence House of Lords

Brexit: Environment and climate change

The House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Subcommittee is currently conducting a short inquiry in Brexit, the environment and ...

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26th October 2016
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Energy & climate after the EU referendum: The last Commons Energy & Climate Change Committee Report

On Monday, the Commons ECC published its last report, "The energy revolution and future challenges for UK energy and climate ...

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19th October 2016

The future of the natural environment after the EU referendum

On Tuesday 11 October eight witnesses, including Dr Viviane Gravey (author of the Agriculture & Regulatory Reform chapters in our ...

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13th October 2016
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Casting into the future of UK fisheries after Brexit

Our Fisheries expert, Dr Bryce Stewart recently spoke to Seafish about the challenges facing the fisheries industry and what could ...

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12th October 2016
Bryce Stewart giving evidence in the Lords

Fisheries policy after Brexit

On Wednesday 7 September eight witnesses, including Dr Bryce Stewart (author of the Fisheries chapter in our expert review) gave ...

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8th September 2016

What does Brexit mean for impact assessment?

Brexit has led to considerable uncertainty over the future practice of EIA and SEA. These are assessment processes applied where ...

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12th August 2016

Zombie-like or servile? The worst-case scenarios for Brexit

In a blog post for IEMA's The Environmentalist Magazine, Andy Jordan, Charlotte Burns and Viviane Gravey argue the environmental sector ...

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11th August 2016
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Environmental policy after Brexit: Mind the governance gap

In a blog post for the UK in a Changing Europe initiative, Viviane Gravey, Andy Jordan and Charlie Burns argue the future ...

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10th August 2016

The future under a ‘hard’ and a ‘soft’ Brexit

'Brexit means Brexit’: but what does Brexit mean for the environment? In the new EUrefEnv study, Dr Charlotte Burns (University ...

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5th August 2016