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Post-Brexit agricultural support and the WTO: Using both the amber

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

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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 Carpente…

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 intro…

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 gui…

Taking back and sharing control? Brexit and the common environmental

By Dr Viviane Gravey, Queen’s University Belfast & Professor Colin Reid, University of Dundee. Debates about Whitehall …

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 a policy…

EVENTS

23 May 16
  • Brussels
  • 12:00 PM

EU and UK environmental policies after 23 June

Discussions on the UK referendum have mostly been focusing on a handful of issues (sovereignty, freedom of movement and red tape).…

3 May 16
  • University of East Anglia, Norwich
  • 06:00 PM

What has EU membership ever done for the UK?

The EU referendum campaign is mostly focusing on a handful of issues (jobs, the economy and migration). Yet after 40 years of EU m…

The EU Referendum: Risks and Opportunities for the UK Environment
11 Apr 16
  • Broadway House, London

Key Risks and Opportunities for the Environment

Read account of the Review launch in this blog post.

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