Brexit threatens EU climate action
A lack of faith between the UK and EU amid difficult Brexit negotiations risks future cooperation tackling climate change, research from the University of Sheffield suggests.Nothing could stop the UK weakening environmental laws under a no-deal exit, according to the analysis, while a future US trade deal may risk collaboration with the EU. “Brexit has created uncertaint
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