ENDS Report Brexit Update, 19 October 2016

Welcome to the new ENDS Report Brexit Update bulletin, providing a periodic focus on what the decision to leave the European Union means for UK environmental law, policy and management.

This first edition of the bulletin is being sent to all ENDS report subscribers and registrants. To receive future updates please go to My Bulletins on endsreport.com.

You can also read the latest news and analysis on the EU referendum on our dedicated Brexit page.

Briefing on Brexit and environmental law

In a special briefing, ENDS Compliance Manager and the ENDS Report take a look at the complexities of exiting from a four-decade long political and legal relationship, and examine what it means for the future of environmental regulation in the UK.

Read the briefing on the ENDS Report website or download it as a pdf here.

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Latest News

Analysis

  • Brexit, environmental law and the Canadian model

    Richard Macrory: Canada and the EU have struck a deal that tries to enshrine environmental protection within the terms of trade. Any future UK-EU relationship should aim to be at least as ambitious
  • Britain considers carbon trading in a post-Brexit world

    Peter Zaman and Nicholas Rock: The knock-on effects of Brexit for emissions trading in Europe will be numerous, for EU states as well as the UK. The timing of departure and the UK’s future relationship with the EU will be key