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Will the Environmental Audit Committee Report at last bring the environment onto the referendum campaign agenda?

In a post on the Politics Studies Association's Environmental Politics blog, Charlotte Burns, lead author of our expert review reflects ...

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20th April 2016
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Cut out: Brexit would put the EU’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions at risk

In a post on the LSE Brexit blog, Tim Rayner (University of East Anglia), who co-authored the Climate Change chapter ...

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20th April 2016
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Experts agree: EU membership is good for Britain’s natural environment

A pro-EU leaflet recently issued by the UK government caused controversy over the use of public funds for a political ...

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20th April 2016

Weighing up the facts

In the Green Alliance's Inside Track magazine, Andy Jordan (University of East Anglia), lead author of the expert review, argues that ...

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12th April 2016
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What would Brexit really mean for the UK’s fishing industry?

Fish is as tasty and popular as ever, but no one seems to like the policies that regulate the industry ...

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31st March 2016
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UK-EU environmental relations: what happens after 23 June?

In the March/April edition of the UKELA e-law newsletter, Viviane Gravey and Andy Jordan (University of East Anglia), lead authors ...

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12th March 2016
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A surprising deal? Cameron’s ‘reformed EU’ & the environment

In a blog post on Environmental Europe? Viviane Gravey, lead author of the expert review, analyses the content of the ...

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12th March 2016

Introduction

In 2015 David Cameron announced that he would seek to renegotiate the UK's existing terms of membership with the EU ...

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11th March 2016