Rubbish for Remain or Bins for Brexit? How the EU affects your garbage
There is a chance that the average Briton might have to pay more for his or her bendy banana skins to be picked up if the UK does leave the EU
What will Brexit mean for the climate?
After Brexit, the UK will have to ratify the Paris Agreement on its own, and produce its individual NDC
Brexit exposes globalisation's fatal flaw
It is clear that the world desperately needs a globalisation model that will work for all and not just some
Brexit can put development at the heart of Africa-UK trade ties: British MP
According to the MP, the UK will seek every opportunity to minimise disruption in trading relationship
Brexit and Trump are bad for our health
Increasing isolation threatens global health. International cooperation is critical to fighting diseases that will not respect borders
Boris Johnson by numbers: the next UK prime minister's career summed up
Here’s a breakdown of the numbers that have characterised his career to date
Brexit may trigger inflation in UK, widen trade deficit with EU
UK’s dependence on EU for imports and collapse in the value of British pound might affect cost and availability of food products
How will Brexit impact environmental policy in the UK?
If UK decides to leave the EU, experts fear it would lead to dilution of the EU’s stringent laws, making the environment vulnerable to …
UK changes its waste strategy for circular economy with Brexit
Maximise the value of resource use, and minimise adverse environmental impacts, aims new waste strategy of UK
UK after Brexit: farm subsidy could be significantly reduced to comply with WTO rules
Being an EU member state, the UK had been insulated from WTO rules that dictate the size of subsidies and how they are paid
Why Brexit is bad news for climate change
EU had some of the most progressive policies on cutting greenhouse gas emissions but post-exit UK will likely roll back some of these in order to …
'Green Party’s rise is a response to the rise of nasty populist movements'
Newly-elected Member of European Parliament from the British Green Party, Catherine Rowett speaks to Down To Earth about the significance of the …
After Paris, UK's latest 'carbon budget' just isn't ambitious enough
British people will still be able to emit 60% more than their fair share
Britain and Europe: a long history of conflict and cooperation
British history is deeply connected to Europe and whatever the result of its referendum, this will continue
African exporters face choppy waters in the wake of Brexit
Emerging market countries that rely heavily on commodity exports will be hit hardest by Britain's decision to leave the European Union
Time up for reinvention?
If 2018 was the year of revolt, 2019 should be the year of realisation that we must change the way we do business