Our policy briefs analyse the implications of Brexit for environment policy, law and governance. They also provide recommendations to policy makers and others on the creation of an effective system for post-Brexit environmental protection in the UK. Clicking on the ‘All Policy Briefs’ link will direct you to a webpage featuring all of our policy briefs. Our most recent briefs are also presented below.
Our associates regularly contribute to a wide-range of webinars and podcasts. Below you will find a selection of some of their up-to-date appearances.
What will be the impact of the Internal Market Bill for environmental policy and outcomes? What would a “race to the top” look like? How will environmental ambition be reconciled with a need to do trade deals? This wide-ranging webinar, hosted by the Insitute for Government provides answers to these questions and draws on expertise from:
Air Date: 28th September 2020
Source: Institute for Government
How can we come to a better understanding of environmental progress? How can we define it? How can we guarentee it? How can we prevent it from being lost? This webinar hosted by Friends of the Earth (Kierra Box) on preventing environmental non-regression with expert speakers including our associate, Andy Jordan.
This event accompanied the the launch of our commissioned (Friends of the Earth) report on the level playing field
Air date: 29th September
Source: Friends of the Earth
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.
Our work feeds into and contributes to academic research:
Our experts have been interviewed on environmental challenges for Brexit (BBC Look East, BBC Radio Scotland) fisheries management after Brexit (ITV News, BBC Breakfast, Farming Today), agricultural policies after Brexit (Sky News, BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 4).
The Brexit & Environment network is involved in the following research projects:
For more information on issues related to Brexit and the environment, we recommend the following:
Selected blogs written by our associates for other outlets
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