With the Brexit process being formally started, it is time to consider the importance that sharing experience has for the development of concepts and principles in environmental policy says Nigel Haigh, former director of IEEP. Read more in his article here.
- The leading expert on the development of European policies on the environment and author of several books on the topic
Honorary Fellow and Founding Director of IEEP.
Nigel is recognised as a leading authority on the development and application of EU environmental policy. He has been the author and/or editor of the Manual and its fore-runner 'EEC Environmental Policy and Britain: An essay and a handbook' since 1984. Nigel has been appointed by the European Parliament to the Management Board of the European Environment Agency. Previously he was a Board Member of the Environment Agency (for England and Wales).
IEEP Honorary Fellow and former Executive Director, Nigel Haigh, reflects on the achievements of EU environmental policy and looks ahead to the Environment in a EU post Brexit.
In 2016, we celebrate forty years since IEEP was established.
The story of how and why EU environmental policy has developed in different fields is told in a new book by Nigel Haigh, former Director of IEEP and still an active Honorary Fellow. The book was launched in London on May 25 in collaboration with the Institution of Environmental Sciences and Society for the Environment.