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Stop Brexit, fix climate change?

Let's commit with renewed vigour to European action on global warming

If Brexit stopped, the UK could commit with renewed vigour to vital European and international negotiations on climate change. With the EU set to adopt long-term climate targets, which could in turn set agendas across the world, the UK could provide a vital counter-balance to the less-ambitious eastern European states as we approach the global post-Paris framework in 2020. The most important Convention on Biodiversity in a decade is set to happen in that same year—so the same goes for protecting wildlife.

As it stands, while the Brexit negotiations drag on,…

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