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Ten years ago, the UK passed the world’s first Climate Change Act that inspired other countries to

Devolution after Brexit: managing the environment, agriculture and fisheries

Brexit means all four governments of the UK – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Westminster – must

Incentivising household action on flooding

This report outlines the significant need for increased action from households to protect themselves against the experience

Forecasting hazards, averting disasters

Forecast-based early action (FbA) initiatives are diverse, with very different approaches to the timing of decisions and

Fishing for data

New technologies offer unique opportunities to support fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance, particularly for countries in Africa

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By Sam Hall; Philip Box

Ten years ago, the UK passed the world’s first Climate Change Act that inspired other countries to adopt similar climate…

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By Various Authors

Brexit means all four governments of the UK – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Westminster – must go back to…

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By Matthew Oakley

This report outlines the significant need for increased action from households to protect themselves against the experience and costs of…

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By Various Authors

Forecast-based early action (FbA) initiatives are diverse, with very different approaches to the timing of decisions and actions, and to…

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By Miren Gutierrez; Alfonso Daniels; Guy Jobbins

New technologies offer unique opportunities to support fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance, particularly for countries in Africa and other regions…

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By Adeline Bailly

With the continued rise of emissions and illegal levels of pollution in many places, air quality is increasingly recognised as…

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By Felix Preston; Johanna Lehne

There is growing optimism about the potential of the ‘circular economy’ (CE) as a new model for sustainable growth in…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

The ECJ ruled that Italy had been wrong to ban the cultivation of an EU-approved genetically modified maize. This was…

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By Ben Caldecott; Sam Hall; Eamonn Ives

Brexit presents the UK with an historic opportunity to enhance its natural environment. Rural payments are currently determined predominantly by…

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