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Post-Brexit agri-environment and fisheries policy in the UK – A new dawn?  

The EU has had a profound impact upon UK agriculture and fisheries policy. Brexit will lead to considerable change in ...

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3rd July 2017

Green Party report card: Better campaign, worse outcome?

Our new blog post in The Conversation looks at how its not just Jeremy Corbyn that's creating headache for the Greens in the ...

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6th June 2017

Three unintended consequences of Brexit for UK energy and climate policy

Energy, the environment and climate change were barely mentioned during the EU referendum campaign, and Theresa May has since spent ...

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4th May 2017
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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
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How the UK can still lead on climate change – even after Brexit

In the wake of the Brexit earthquake, experts are sifting through the rubble, assessing the damage, and checking the stability ...

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7th July 2016
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Brexit: A step forwards or backwards for a Greener Europe?

In an opinion piece for Euractiv, Viviane Gravey, Andy Jordan and Charlotte Burns (lead authors of the expert review) reflect on ...

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28th June 2016
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Brexit and the environment: the international dimension

In a blog post on the LSE EUROPP blog, Sebastian Oberthür (IES VUB), author of the International Policy chapter in ...

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23rd June 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