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UKELA's work on Brexit

UKELA's Brexit Task Force

UKELA established a Brexit Task Force in September 2016 to advise the Association on matters related to the UK's withdrawal from the European Union ('Brexit').

Visit the Brexit Task Force page for more information about the work of the group.

Consultations and Inquiries

UKELA has submitted evidence to several Parliamentary Committee inquiries on Brexit:

House of Lords European Union Committee's report, 'Brexit: environment and climate change'

House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into ‘The Future of Chemicals Regulation after the EU Referendum inquiry’

House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into ‘Future of the natural environment in the light of the EU referendum’

House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee’s inquiry on ‘Leaving the EU: implications for energy policy’

House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee's inquiry into 'the extent to which EU environmental objectives and policies have succeeded in tackling environmental issues in the UK'.

  • The Committee’s report was published on 23 March 2016
  • UKELA gave written and oral evidence. The view was that EU environmental policy and legislation has, on balance, had a significant and very positive influence on the environment in the UK, with related economic benefits.

The Government's 'Environment and climate change: review of balance of competences’ review in 2013/2014.

  • This considered the impact that the EU has had on the UK's laws and policies, and the pros and cons of keeping things the way that they are.
  • UKELA responded to the Call for Evidence

Papers

UKELA's specialist working parties have been taking a closer look at the possible implications of withdrawing for different areas of environmental law. The papers that follow set out their findings and conclusions.

Events

UKELA has held a number of events exploring what a decision to withdraw might mean for our environmental laws and policies. These seminars and conferences have featured policy experts, lawyers, academics, regulators and a representative of the Commission.

This page was printed from the website of the UK Environmental Law Association at www.ukela.org.
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