Environmental policy in the UK is now inextricably linked with that of the European Union (EU). In the last thirty years, the EU has developed comprehensive policy measures across a extensive range of environmental issues. This has been done in response to the growing recognition of the value of coordinated action to solve common problems, and to ensure that the single market in Europe is based on common environmental standards. The EU is now the world leader in environmental legislation and an understanding of these policies and their effects on a UK practice is essential for anyone who is interested in or affected by environmental policy.
It is increasingly difficult to remain appraised of developments in EU legislation and the corresponding UK implementing legislation. However, the Manual of Environmental Policy: The EU and Britain provides more than 850 pages of in-depth analysis and evaluation of the implications for Britain of over 500 EU Directives and Regulations. It is an authoritative and unrivalled source of information written by a large team of experts. Its innovative loose-leaf format allows biannual updating, thereby enabling readers to keep pace with the rapid developments in this area.
The Manual includes chapters on water, waste, air, harmful substances, radioactivity, wildlife and countryside, noise, impact assessment and information, financial and economic instruments, international conventions and climate change. In addition, annexes provide chronological lists of all EU environmental legislation adopted, as well as summaries of proposed environmental legislation and details of environmental proposals under development.
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Nigel Haigh, 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 editor of the Manual and its fore-runner 'EEC Environmental Policy and Britain: An essay and a handbook' since 1984. Nigel is also a Board Member of the Environment Agency.
David Baldock, Director of IEEP. David has worked at IEEP for 16 years leading IEEP's programme of work on agricultural and rural environmental issues. As well as being an authority on the CAP and the environment he has worked on the implementation of EU Directives, enlargement, and integration questions. He is an Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Cardiff.
Clare Coffey, Research Fellow. Clare is from a legal background and has worked at IEEP for 5 years. She is responsible for EC and international environmental law and policy, as well as running IEEP's work programme on the Common Fisheries Policy. Clare also contributes to the Institute's work on 'horizontal' issues, such as EC funding mechanisms and institutional arrangements.
Caroline Connell, IEEP Associate. Caroline trained as a lawyer and is a qualified Barrister. She has contributed to a number of research projects at IEEP covering a wide range of environmental issues including transport policy, contaminated land and pollution control, waste management and civil liability for environmental damage.
Dr Janet Dwyer, Senior Fellow. Janet has been working on a variety of agriculture, rural development and environment related studies since joining IEEP in 1998. Prior to working at IEEP Janet was a senior policy officer with the Countryside Commission and a Research Assistant at the Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University.
Neil Emmott, Research Fellow. Neil has trained in both engineering and law. He has worked for IEEP since 1994 and specialises in the policy fields of integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC), air quality, contaminated land and waste management. Prior to joining IEEP, Neil worked as a Senior Associate at Castle Rock Consultants (CRC) addressing technical and policy issues in relation to traffic safety, enforcement and environmental impacts.
Dr Andrew Farmer, Research Fellow. Andrew is a biologist by training and specialises in EU legislation in relation to water and air pollution, and pollution control. Before joining IEEP in 1997, Andrew worked for English Nature as its atmospheric pollution specialist and sustainable development co-ordinator; as a Research Assistant at both the University of Wisconsin, USA and Imperial College, University of London; and as a Research Associate at University of Florida, USA.
Malcolm Fergusson, Senior Fellow. Malcolm has worked for IEEP since 1993 and leads research in transport, energy, environmental indicators, green accounts and noise. Prior to working at IEEP, Malcolm was the Director of Earth Resources Research.
Matthew Gorman, Intern. Matthew is working as an intern with IEEP as part of the Forum for the Future Scholarship Programme in Sustainable Development. His work at IEEP has focused on fisheries and on EU enlargement. Previously Matthew has undertaken research on the environment and development in both Europe and Latin America.
Joy Hyvarinen, Research Fellow. Joy is a lawyer by training and currently runs the IEEP Climate Change Research Programme. Prior to joining IEEP in 1999, Joy had worked for the UN (the International Maritime Organisation) and non-governmental organisations, including WWF, covering not only climate change, but also issues such as marine policy and international advocacy. She was part of a recent major climate policy project at the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD).
Karen Mitchell, Research Fellow. Karen has been working at IEEP on nature conservation, agricultural issues, and genetically modified organisms since 1994, and on the Structural Funds more recently. Previously Karen was a researcher at the Scottish Agricultural College and a Commissioning Editor at Penguin Books. She is a biologist by training.
Chloe Neild, Information Officer. Chloe has worked for IEEP since 1997, being responsible for the management and provision of IEEP's information resources, and in particular the tracking of EU environmental policy and institutional developments. Prior to working at IEEP, Chloe worked for various environmental NGOs covering water, wildlife and marine policy issues.
Dr Jan-Erik Petersen, Research Officer. Jan-Erik has worked at IEEP since 1997 on agri-environment issues and rural policy, with a strong focus on Eastern Europe. At both academic and practical level he has wide experience of the interactions between agriculture and wildlife conservation in Germany and Spain. Prior to his work for IEEP he represented the environmental organisation ADENEX, Spain, for nearly two years as International Officer.
Dr Ian Skinner, Research Officer. Ian has worked at IEEP since 1998 and specialises in transport policy and air quality issues. In addition, Ian is responsible for the maintenance of UK policy information within IEEP. Prior to joining IEEP, he has worked at both the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London and the Centre for European, Regional and Transport Economics (CERTE) University of Kent.
David Wilkinson, Senior Fellow. David has worked for IEEP since 1990 and has particular expertise in relation to EU institutions, spatial planning, EU funding for the environment, Structural and Cohesion Funds, environmental auditing and reporting, environmental information, and EU institutions. Prior to working at IEEP, David worked at the Planning Exchange, Glasgow; and as a Senior Lecturer in Politics and Government, the University of Hertfordshire (formerly the Hatfield Polytechnic).
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