News from Oct 28, 2016
Brexit: Consequences for the EU climate and energy policy
What does Britain’s exit mean for cooperation in the EU on clean energies, and meeting the Union’s climate targets? Britain has been a driving force for EU climate policy, but it has also stood in the way of progress, argue Maria Rosaria Di Nucci and Kerstin Tews in their contribution “A new climate for Europe’s energy policy?” published in the Autumn 2016 edition of Europe’s World.
Europe’s World is published by the Brussels-based think tank Friends of Europe (www.friendsofeurope.org). Since its launch 11 years ago, Europe’s World has established itself as the premier ideas platform for new thinking on political,
economic and social issues.