Shared Assets’ response to inquiry on the future of the natural environment after Brexit

Shared Assets’ response to inquiry on the future of the natural environment after Brexit

Tom Kenny

The potential implications of leaving the EU are huge, and UK will now have to address environmental policy making for the first time in many years. We believe there are significant opportunities to create a new, replenishing relationship between people and the environment, by considering the future of land use in its fullest sense. The creation of a better, more ambitious and more sustainable agri-environment subsidy scheme could be one of the most important expressions of this.

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