Future of environmental principles and governance post-Brexit

Date: 17th January 2019

Location: Central London

Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum Keynote Seminar

with

Sonia Phippard, Director General, Environment, Rural and Marine, Defra

Emma Howard Boyd, Chair, Environment Agency

Andrew Bryce, Founder Member and former Chairman, UKELA 

and

Christopher Price, Director of Policy and Advice, CLA

Michael Roberts, Chief Executive, Water UK

Shaun Spiers, Executive Director, Green Alliance

Roz Bulleid, Head of Climate, Energy and Environment Policy, EEF

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Morning, Thursday, 17th January 2019

Central London 

Following the launch of the Government’s consultation on Environmental Principles and Governance post-Brexit, this seminar will assess the future regulatory landscape for environmental standards and the role of a new independent environmental watchdog.

 

Delegates will consider how the environmental principles laid out in EU treaties might best be embedded into UK law, and the functions and powers the watchdog should have in overseeing environmental law and policy.

 

Attendees will also discuss what steps need to be taken to achieve the aims laid out in the 25 Year Environment Plan following the Environmental Audit Committee’s call for the Government to enshrine biodiversity targets, habitats and soil quality targets into UK law.

 

Further sessions focus on the potential opportunities and challenges for developing UK-wide environmental standards, including discussion on the future responsibilities of the UK and devolved administrations and opportunities for promoting growth in the UK economy.

 

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