Other reports and articles on Brexit
Brexit, Brexatom, the Environment and Future InternationalRelations. Paper by Stephen Tromans QC, January 2018. Number 9 in BIICL seriesof reports on 'Brexit: The international implications'
This 17 page report gives an overview of the key issues and
challenges for environmental law in the UK after Brexit.
Brexit unlikely to give UK free rein over green laws.Article by Richard Macrory in ENDS report 499, September 2016.
This short piece by Professor Richard Macrory of University
College London considers how international law may limit the UK's freedom to
develop environmental law after Brexit. Reproduced here with permission of ENDS
Report, Haymarket Business Media.
Environmental Law Outside the EU. Article by Professor ColinReid in The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 18 July 2016
This short article by Professor Colin Reid of Dundee
University attempts to set out the continuing ground rules, and the new
influences, under which environmental law will operate when the UK leaves the
Brexit and Environmental Law: Challenges and Opportunities.Article by Eloise Scotford & Megan Bowman (2016) in the King's Law Journal,27:3, 416-419
This short article by Eloise Scotford and Megan Bowman of
King's College, London highlights some legal and governance challenges of
leaving the EU by 'converting' EU law to UK domestic law. It also points to
opportunities, including mainstreaming climate change policy in core economic
Articles on what Brexit means for particular environmental
Uncertain times – nature conservation in the UK after‘Brexit'. Article by Miles King with Ian Hepburn in British Wildlife, Vol 28 No1 October 2016
For more information about this article, contact Ian Hepburn
on [email protected]
Air quality law in the United Kingdom at a crossroads. Blogpost by Eloise Scotford in the Oxford University Press blog, 3 October 2016.
Boyes, S.J., Elliott, M., Brexit: The marine governancehorrendogram just got more horrendous!, Marine Pollution Bulletin (2016),http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.08.020
Brexit Q&A by Brodies LLP
This briefing paper prepared by Brodies LLP gives a clear
and simple explanation of the process for a UK withdrawal from the EU,
alternatives to EU membership, what Brexit might mean for issues such as trade
and employment law, and impacts on different sectors such as renewable energy,
farming and fisheries. It includes a particular focus on implications for
Scotland, including Scottish legislation and tax.
Brexit Briefings: Expert advice on how to stay on top of thelegal landscape. Thomson Reuters/The Lawyer, 25 July 2016
This mini-publication is geared towards lawyers. It was
included in The Lawyer and features a series of briefings from experts on the
challenges for different practice areas, following the referendum vote to leave
Brexit: Planning and the Environment outside the EU.Briefing paper by Cornerstone Chambers, July 2016.
This bulletin prepared by barristers at Cornerstone Chambers
is geared towards lawyers. It maps out key legal issues and questions connected
to the impact of Brexit on areas of planning and environmental law.
UK votes out: après nous, le déluge. Practical Law In-HouseBlog, 24 June 2016
This blog post from Practical Law is geared towards lawyers.
It gives an overview of the shorter and longer term implications for different
practice areas (including the environment) of the referendum vote to leave the
Clifford Chance briefing note, April 2016: Brexit - Whatwill happen to environmental and climate change law?
The implications of Brexit for environmental law inScotland: report edited by A. Cardesa-Salzmann and A. Savaresi, December 2016
This 16 page report was prepared by academics from the
Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe. It identifies cross-cutting
questions affecting environmental governance in Scotland after Brexit, as well
as specific questions likely to emerge in selected areas of environmental law.
Meeting Carbon Budgets – Implications of Brexit for UKclimate policy: Briefing note by the Committee on Climate Change, October 2016
This Briefing note by the Committee on Climate Change
reports on the implications of leaving the EU for the UK’s emissions reduction
EU and UK Environmental Policy: report by the House ofCommons Environmental Audit Committee of 19 April 2016, with evidence includingUKELA's written submissions
This Environmental Audit Committee report follows the
Committee's inquiry into 'the extent to which EU environmental objectives and
policies have succeeded in tackling environmental issues in the UK'. UKELA gave
oral and written evidence to the inquiry, which is referred to in the report.
Brexit – the Implications for UK Environmental Policy andRegulation
This 24 page independent report was commissioned by the
all-party parliamentary environment group.
Resources tracking EU environmental legislation
These links to documents by Practical Law’s trackers trackfollow new and draft EU environmental legislation.
Brexit's impact on implementation in the UK: EU legislationtracker - Environment
Environment draft legislation tracker