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RT @BESPolicy: Are you an expert in marine biology, ecology, or policy? @DefraGovUK is consulting on proposals to designate 41 new Marine C…
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RT @ThimontJack: My final farewell to the #EUWithdrawalBill before it becomes the #EUWithdrawalAct I've looked at what happened to those…
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RT @ewansc: Just to be clear, this is about far more than a row between @scotgov and UK Gov. It’s about UK Gov legislating on devolved matt…
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OUR BLOG

European Parliament

The case for the green line: Brexit, the European Parliament

Prof Charlotte Burns, University of Sheffield (@CharlieBEU) It is all too easy in the UK ‘brexiverse’ to focus entirely upon t…

5 governance principles for making environmental law after Brexit

Maria Lee, Professor of Law and co-director of the Centre for Law and Environment, UCL Standards and policies set at EU level pla…

Storm Brewing over Westminster

What will Brexit mean for the climate? (Clue: it doesn’t

Blog post authored by Michele Stua, University of Sussex and Ed Dearnley, University of Sussex With Brexit negotiations stuck on d…

Bumble bee

What is in store for the Precautionary Principle?

Right now, the fate of the EU’s environmental principles in this country after Brexit is being debated by the House of Commons. …

European flag flying in front of an embassy in Dublin (c) Viviane Gravey

Brexit & Environment: Taking the EU side into account

With the EU Withdrawal Bill entering Committee Stage this week, discussions on Brexit and environment turn inwards – asking how …

Currently protected by the EU’s Habitats Directive. Sandra Standbridge/Shutterstock

The UK needs a new independent body to protect the

Maria Lee, Professor of Law and co-director of the Centre for Law and Environment, UCL For four decades, EU legislation and policy…

EVENTS

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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