The environment has not played a prominent role in the UK’s EU referendum campaign. And yet the ability of European states, including the UK, to work together in securing international environmental agreements has had a notably positive impact not just on Europe, but on the wider world. A few weeks prior to the referendum IES’s Sebastian Oberthür
addressed this topic in a blog post on EUROPP – an academic blog run by the London School of Economics and Political Science.
to read about how he argues that from an environmental point of view a Brexit would produce losers on all sides.