Implications of Leaving the EU – Climate Change

A briefing from the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe), published on 1 November, sets out the implications that leaving the EU may have to Scotland’s approach to tackling climate change.

The briefing, Implications of leaving the EU – climate change, highlights the EU framework that relates to climate change policy and explores the implications that leaving the EU may have on Scotland’s approaches to tackling climate change. 

The briefing also sets out some views on how alternatives to EU membership may impact on Scotland’s efforts to tackle climate change.


Other recent relevant SPICe briefings include:

Unconventional Gas: Frequently Asked Questions (11 July)

Transport in Scotland (14 June)

Climate Change: Subject Profile (25 May)

Environment: Subject Profile (25 May)

Rural Affairs: Subject Profile (25 May)

Fuel Poverty in Scotland (18 February)

Good for Climate, Good for Health (21 July, 2015)

15 November 2016


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