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RT @VGravey: This week is seeing a renewed interest in #fisheries & #brexit - with new pieces from @SamuelMarcLowe & @dpcarrington. But let…
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New blog post on future of #Welsh #Fisheries after #Brexit by Mair Bell @WCfPP & @gwcarpenter stresses the need for… https://t.co/lteXpKdBYE
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RT @wild_donal: On Wednesday, the Cabinet will discuss "the U.K.'s aims for international trade after Brexit". Let's hope they will be giv…
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OUR BLOG

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…

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What’s 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…

Clean Growth Strategy from BEIS webpage.

Is the Clean Growth Strategy Brexit-proof?

The Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy published the long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy last week, setting out …

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Post-Brexit options for UK chemicals law

What may happen to UK chemicals policy post-Brexit? As a way of understanding why Brexit poses such challenges, I look at the orig…

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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