Our asscociates regularly contribute to a wide-range of webinars and podcasts. Here 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
Over four years after the 2016 Referendum, EU-UK Brexit negotiations have reached a critical juncture. Drawing on a brand new report commissionedby Friends of the Earth UK, this presentation will reflect on current and new UK and EU framings of environmental progression and regression after the end of the Brexit transition period in January 2021. It will compare the practical steps taken by the UKgovernment to demonstrate and embed progress – and/or indeed avoid forms of regression such as de-regulation – both in domestic law and international agreements, and consider how governments and civil society can work together to safeguard existing protectionsand further an agenda based on continuing environmental policy progress.
Air date: 11th November
Source: The Tyndall Centre
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