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Brexit and Agri-Environment and Fisheries in the UK: A New Dawn?

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Please join us and leading practitioners to debate the findings of two independent reports on the implications of a 'Brexit' for the UK’s Agri-Environment and Fisheries Sectors.

The EU has had a profound impact upon UK agriculture and fisheries policy. Brexit will lead to considerable change in both sectors. The ESRC-funded policy briefs launched at this event bring clear, balanced and systematic academic evidence together with the views of leading practitioners on the implications of Brexit for future UK Agri-Environment and Fisheries.



Introduction:

Dr Charlotte Burns (University of York)

Presentation of policy briefs:
Fisheries: Dr Bryce Stewart (University of York)
Agriculture: Dr Viviane Gravey (Queens University Belfast)


Expert panel:

Rodney Anderson
Chair of the North Sea Marine Cluster and former Director of Marine and Fisheries at Defra

Charles Clover
Executive Director of the Blue Marine Foundation and
Environment Editor of The Daily Telegraph for 20 years

Baroness Young
Chair of the Woodland Trust, former Chief Executive of the Environment Agency and RSPB, former Chair of English Nature

Tom Lancster
Senior Policy Officer (Agriculture) RSPB

Chaired by Lord Teverson
Former MEP and Chair of the House of Lords EU select sub-committee on External Affairs,
board member of the Marine Management Organisation




Attendance is free, but registration is essential. Please register via EventBrite.

For further information please contact: Adam Hejnowicz adam.hejnowicz@york.ac.uk or Charlotte Burns charlotte.burns@york.ac.uk.

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