EU referendum

Brexit: the implications on water

Brexit: the implications on water

As part of a running blog series (view our previous blogs on chemical legislation and waste and the circular economy) we decided to focus on the potential impacts of leaving the EU; in this blog… Read More

Brexit: the implications on chemical legislation

Brexit: the implications on chemical legislation

For our second blog following our recent North West Sustainable Business Quarterly Build-your-own Brexit event, Technical Director Helen Kean investigates the potential impacts of Brexit on chemical legislation – based on her own insights and… Read More

Environmental Policy and Brexit

Environmental Policy and Brexit

It may be up to two years until the UK formally leaves the EU, but it is prudent for businesses to look ahead, understand the changing policy landscape and put in place measures to mitigate their… Read More

It’s Decision time…

It’s Decision time…

The 23rd June 2016 poses to be a momentous day for politics in Great Britain and for Europe, the view of Anthesis is out there, this is my personal position the day before the biggest… Read More

The EU referendum: the final Anthesis blog…

The EU referendum: the final Anthesis blog…

Since the 9th March, Anthesis has been running a series of blogs on Brexit and the implications for environmental and social issues.  These blogs have not only been well received by our clients, partners and… Read More

How Brexit looks from across the water

How Brexit looks from across the water

News of Britain’s upcoming political decision has been rippling across the Channel for some time. Not being of a particularly strong political mind set, and living in Germany, I feel somewhat removed from the referendum… Read More

Pledges in Paris and the EU referendum

Pledges in Paris and the EU referendum

Craig Simmons, Chief Technical Advisor at Anthesis, reflects on the impact of the UK’s upcoming referendum on the pledges made at COP21. On 22nd April, Earth Day, the Paris Climate Accord – the document agreed… Read More

The EU referendum: what’s it mean for water?

The EU referendum: what’s it mean for water?

In the next instalment of our EU referendum series, Andrew Noone, Associate Director at Anthesis, explores the potential impacts on water. Water. It’s a local topic – with availability and quality varying so much on… Read More

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