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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

Fisheries policy and Brexit: A difficult balancing act

By Chris Huggins, University of Aberdeen   A couple of weeks ago the European Council published its draft negotiation guidelines ...

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19th March 2018

Taking back and sharing control? Brexit and the common environmental frameworks

By Viviane Gravey & Colin Reid, Brexit & Environment Debates about Whitehall ‘grabbing’ power from the devolved powers have surrounded ...

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12th March 2018

Looking Through a Glass Darkly: Public Goods and Agricultural Policy

This blogpost highlights some of the points raised in a policy brief, New Directions: A public goods approach to agricultural policy ...

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9th March 2018

Six questions about common frameworks

Environmental challenges do not fit neatly within the geographical and political boundaries that dominate our approach to governance.  Collaboration at ...

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21st February 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

The 25 year environment plan: the elephant in the room

Professor Andy Jordan, University of East Anglia Serving Prime Ministers in the UK don’t normally make big environmental speeches.  Fewer ...

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17th January 2018
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25 year environment plan launched at last: ‘Global Gold Standard’ or Green Wash?

Prof Charlotte Burns, University of Sheffield (@CharlieBEU) The much vaunted and long awaited 25 year environment plan has been published ...

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11th January 2018
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GMO Cultivation in the UK: Brexit, the Devolved Administrations and International Trade

Dr Ludivine Petetin, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University  Brexit offers a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity to renationalise prerogatives previously exercised by the ...

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11th January 2018
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The case for the green line: Brexit, the European Parliament and the ‘three Es’

Prof Charlotte Burns, University of Sheffield (@CharlieBEU) It is all too easy in the UK ‘brexiverse’ to focus entirely upon ...

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8th January 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