Brexit & Environment researchers have provided evidence and advice to the UK Government, the Scottish Government, the UK House of Commons, the UK House of Lords, the Scottish Parliament, the Welsh Assembly, the Northern Irish Assembly, and the European Parliament.
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In Westminster, we have provided evidence and input to the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the UK Government.
In Scotland, we have provided evidence and input to the Scottish Parliament. In addition, Prof Colin Reid has been involved in evidence-gathering on environmental governance by the Scottish Government.
In Wales, we have provided evidence and input to the Welsh Assembly.
We have participated in evidence gathering by the Northern Ireland Assembly (prior to its dissolution in 2017) and by the European Parliament.
Northern Ireland Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (October 2018), Northern Ireland Future Agricultural Policy Framework consultation, Dr Mary Dobbs, Dr Viviane Gravey and Dr Ludivine Petetin provided written evidence.
Exiting the EU: Policy Considerations for Northern Ireland, Agriculture & Environment, a Knowledge-Exchange Seminar organised by the Northern Ireland Assembly (September 2017), Dr Viviane Gravey provided evidence.
European Parliament Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (November 2017) Impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU on the environment, public health and food safety, Prof Charlotte Burns provided oral evidence.
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