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|Appears in Collections:||Law and Philosophy Technical Reports|
|Title: ||Environmental Governance in Scotland after EU Exit|
|Author(s): ||Savaresi, Annalisa|
|Contact Email: ||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Citation: ||Savaresi A (2020) Environmental Governance in Scotland after EU Exit. Scottish Parliament Information Centre. SPICe Briefing, 20-02. https://digitalpublications.parliament.scot/ResearchBriefings/Report/2020/1/9/Environmental-Governance-in-Scotland-after-EU-Exit|
|Issue Date: ||9-Jan-2020|
|Date Deposited: ||13-Jan-2020|
|Series/Report no.: ||SPICe Briefing, 20-02|
|Abstract: ||First paragraph: EU exit will affect the mechanics of environmental law-making and enforcement in Scotland, as well as in the rest of the UK. Since the 2016 EU referendum, environmental matters have therefore been at the centre of an ongoing flurry of preparatory activities on both sides of the Scotland-England border.|
|Type: ||Technical Report|
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