Gove urged to continue UK’s participation in EU environment body after Brexit

A decision to cease the UK’s participation in the work of the European Environment Agency after Brexit could ‘weaken and fragment’ the environmental evidence base on both sides of the English Channel, the environment secretary Michael Gove has been told

Michael Gove. Photograph: DEFRA
Environment secretary Michael Gove

A decision to cease the UK’s participation in the work of the European Environment Agency (EEA) after Brexit could ‘weaken and fragment’ the environmental evidence base on both sides of the English Channel, the environment secretary Michael Gove has been told.

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