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Scotland and Europe: The Scottish Government’s goals for post-Brexit environmental governance

By Professor Colin Reid, University of Dundee. Setting out a clear vision of what is being sought as the UK ...

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16th July 2018

Could fines be the green watchdog’s sharpest teeth?

By Professor Andy Jordan and Brendan Moore, University of East Anglia. This blog post was originally published on the Green ...

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12th July 2018

A new post-Brexit environmental watchdog: The importance of context

By Dr Ole Pedersen, Reader in Environmental Law at Newcastle University Law School. One of the few Brexit-related issue on which a ...

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10th July 2018
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Heathrow: The Brexit expansion?

By Dr Viviane Gravey, Queen's University Belfast. Building a third runway at Heathrow is once again back in the news ...

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26th June 2018

Environmental governance in Scotland: Accountable to whom, and how?

By Professor Colin Reid, University of Dundee. Many environmental matters fall within the remit of the devolved administrations, so that ...

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22nd June 2018
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Post-Brexit agricultural support and the WTO: Using both the amber and green boxes?

By Dr Ludivine Petetin, Cardiff Law School. This blog post is based on a talk given by the author at ...

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21st June 2018
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The future of Welsh fisheries after Brexit

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

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23rd April 2018

Environmental policy post-Brexit: Still a risky business?

By Professor Charlotte Burns, Dr Viviane Gravey, and Professor Andrew Jordan, Brexit & Environment co-chairs. This post introduces our new report, ...

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12th April 2018

Fisheries policy and Brexit: A difficult balancing act

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

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19th March 2018

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

By Dr Viviane Gravey, Queen's University Belfast & Professor Colin Reid, University of Dundee. Debates about Whitehall ‘grabbing’ power from ...

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12th March 2018

Looking through a glass darkly: Public goods and agricultural policy

By Dr Adam Hejnowicz and Professor Sue Hartley, University of York. This blogpost highlights some of the points raised in ...

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9th March 2018

Six questions about common frameworks

By Professor Colin Reid, University of Dundee. Environmental challenges do not fit neatly within the geographical and political boundaries that ...

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21st February 2018