DEFRA is recruiting even more officials to bolster its work on delivering Brexit and the 25 Year Environment Plan
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DEFRA is on track to deliver all the secondary legislation required before the UK leaves the EU in March 2019, environment secretary Michael Gove has said.
DEFRA is managing a “huge amount of risk” as a result of Brexit, the department’s permanent secretary Clare Moriarty told a House of Commons committee
Environment secretary Michael Gove has reiterated the government’s pledge that new trade deals struck after Brexit will not undermine the UK’s high agricultural standards
The government should include “clear targets” to improve the natural environment and reduce pollution in its post-Brexit environment bill, a group of business leaders has urged
‘Hard Brexit’ supporters have set out an alternative vision to the government’s proposals for a future relationship with the EU. But does it come at the cost of green protections? Simon Pickstone investigates
Right-wing thinktank the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has warned that EU environmental protection rules are 'anti-competitive' and are 'disguised methods of protectionism'
The government would seek to maintain as much regulatory continuity for chemicals as possible in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to guidance issued on Friday afternoon
Conservative MP and European Research Group (ERG) member Matthew Offord has said it would be “good for the United Kingdom” to continue to operate within the EU’s REACH chemicals regime after Brexit
The chemicals sector would face major disruption if the UK left the EU without a deal, according to a new guidance document published by DEFRA
Six months out from Britain's scheduled departure from the EU, here's what we know so far about environmental policy related to products and chemicals could change once the UK leaves the bloc and the potential implications for practitioners
With just over six months to go until the UK's formal departure from the EU, get the lowdown on what we know so far about how Brexit could affect waste policy and the implications for environmental practitioners
The UK’s post-Brexit farm subsidy scheme should align with water company investments to better tackle water quality and enhance the environment, according to thinktank Green Alliance
The forthcoming environment bill is set to contain legally binding targets and measures to address climate change, environment secretary Michael Gove has signalled
Will scrutiny of the ‘hundreds or thousands of pages of technical laws’ required before Brexit fall victim to the overwhelming workload? Simon Pickstone reports
How could policy related to EIA, SEA and Europe's nature directives change once the UK leaves the bloc? With six months to go until Brexit, here's what we know so far
What will happen to air quality policy, including ongoing air quality infringement proceedings, when the UK leaves the EU? Here's what we know so far
With the UK set to leave the EU in six months, here's what we know so far about policy related to the water environment could change and the potential implications for practitioners
A no-deal Brexit threatens to cut Northern Ireland off from the Irish Single Electricity Market, guidance from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has confirmed
It is in no one's interest for the UK drop out of the EU emissions trading system, energy minister Claire Perry told a Conservative Party Conference fringe event yesterday
Government guidance on how the energy sector should prepare for no deal Brexit has failed to address any of the major issues, green groups have said
Read our Brexit briefing on the key pieces of legislation affecting energy and climate change and get the latest on the government's post-Brexit plan in this area