ENDS has been working hard to unpick the potential environmental implications of the EU referendum over the past two weeks.
After the initial reactions to the Leave vote, we have begun to analyse what it might mean for our key subject areas - water, chemicals, industrial emissions and air quality, nature, waste and energy - as well as wider compliance, enforcement and research.
Obviously this work will continue over the coming months, and we welcome feedback from our readers on where we should focus our efforts.
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Quick links to key documents and reports, powered by
- Committee on Climate Change: Compatibility of UK onshore petroleum with meeting the UK’s carbon budgets
Environment & Sustainability Management
- EIB Group 2015 Sustainability Report
- UK Green Investment Bank annual report and accounts 2015 to 2016
- Adaptation Community: Climate Change Policy Brief on (I)NDC adaptation components and NAP
- CCC: Annual Report and Accounts 2015-2016
- EIB: Carbon Footprint Report 2015
- IISD and ICTSD: Review of the trade-related elements of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
- Committee on Climate Change response to request for updated advice on Scottish emissions targets
- Committee on Climate Change report and government response on the compatibility of UK onshore petroleum with meeting the UK’s carbon budgets
- Committee on Climate Change: Fifth Carbon Budget Dataset
- CCAFS: Constraining and enabling factors to using long-term climate information in decision-making