At a November seminar organised by the Studium Catholicum in Helsinki, former IEEP Executive Director Nigel Haigh set out some personal views on the development of EU environmental policy, linking it with the messages in Pope Francis’s encyclical “Laudato si’”.
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Sir Hans Kornberg, who joined the Board of IEEP in the 1970s, passed away last December at the age of 91.
As Brexit negotiations continue, IEEP Honorary Fellow Nigel Haigh spoke recently at the annual Environmental Law conference of the Academy of European Law on its implications for EU environmental policy.
IEEP Honorary Fellow, Nigel Haigh, delivers a speech on Brexit and environment the Environment Ireland Conference - Dublin on 4 October 2018.
The UK’s withdrawal negotiations are forcing policymakers to get to grips with issues which had been taken for granted: such as how the single market and the customs union work, and why. Nigel Haigh, Honorary Fellow and former IEEP Executive Director, sets out some of the issues that environmental stakeholders need to consider.
A European system for chemicals regulation makes obvious sense – but Brexit risks leaving the UK without access to that system. Nigel Haigh, former Executive Director of IEEP, explains that even if the UK secures an overall deal, there are big challenges to finding an answer to the chemicals conundrum.
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.
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.