EU flag in trees by Niccolo Caranti

Where to find information on environmental questions in the EU referendum?

As the referendum approaches and both sides work harder to capture the support of undecided voters, issues such as the ...

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16th May 2016
UK flags and French flag

What about devolution?

When talking about ‘Brexit’ and the UK-EU referendum, most discussions concerns the whole of the UK, yet a vote to ...

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13th May 2016
Hay in field

Agriculture and the EU referendum: taking stock and peering forwards

In a blog post for the UK in a Changing Europe Initiative, Viviane Gravey and Andy Jordan (University of East ...

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11th May 2016
Missing green puzzle piece

Is environment the biggest hole in the referendum campaigns?

In a blog post on the Green Alliance Blog, Andy Jordan and Viviane Gravey (University of East Anglia), lead authors ...

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9th May 2016
Planners Network UK

Planning and the environment after the EU referendum

In a blog post on Planner's Network UK, Richard Cowell (Cardiff University), co-author of the Land Use Planning chapter in ...

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29th April 2016

The EU Referendum: Risks and Opportunities for the UK Environment

Our impartial and independent review – the EU referendum and the UK referendum – authored by 14 international experts was launched on ...

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29th April 2016
PSA environment logo

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
Off-shore wind farm

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
Stop pollution protest

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
Ship in port

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
UKELA newsletter

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