How politics threatens to wreck ‘Green Brexit’

“Before 2016, the UK government was in the vanguard of the ‘better regulation’ movement, pushing the EU to advance both in a way that was rigorous, transparent, proportionate and evidence-informed,” explains Andy Jordan, professor of environmental sciences at the University of East Anglia. “Outside the EU, the UK has an opportunity to demonstrate that its commitment to these fundamental principles remains undimmed and undiminished.”

by David Burrows

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