Following the publication of the referendum results on the UK’s membership to the European Union, numerous organisations have weighed in to the debate about the next steps for the UK and options for its relationship with the EU. In the section below, we are capturing interesting perspectives and positions developed by LINK, LINK members and other civil society stakeholders. The list is not meant to provide an exhaustive overview of all views.
Read Buglife’s blog, British Bees and Bugs Better Off in EU
Read the latest from the Soil Association’s Organic News – Brexit is no excuse to water down environment laws, warns chairman of Committee on Climate Change
Read SCVO’s article published 24th August – Implications for Scotland and the third sector on leaving the EU
Brexit: The way forward – or backwards?, A Norwegian perspective. Report by Paal Frisvold
A report from Paal Frisvold
a contributor to LINK Congress 2016, Scotland, UK and international; keeping the environment on the political agenda during the Brexit years.
Read a report prepared by the Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe (SULNE) which maps the possible implications of Brexit for environmental protection in Scotland.