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Viviane Gravey

Viviane studied sustainable development and European Union politics throughout her undergraduate and postgraduate studies in France, Denmark and the UK (2005-2010). After two years at a leading French environmental think tank (IDDRI) she returned to academia to study for a PhD in EU environmental politics at the University of East Anglia (2012-2016). She teaches European Politics at Queen's University Belfast, where her research focuses on changes to EU environmental policies and European disintegration, as well as on the impacts of Brexit on the UK environment.

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Four ‘green lines’ for Brexit negotiators looking to protect the environment

Brexit risks harming the UK’s environment unless the government passes stiff new legislation before it triggers Article 50.

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