Wednesday, 6th July 2016 14:00 - 15:30 GMT, WebEx
IIGCC Webinar on the consequences of Brexit for UK and EU energy-climate policy
The result of the EU referendum in the UK brings substantial uncertainty for both the UK and the EU. Questions being thrown up by the referendum relate to the separation processs, the establishment of a new relationship between the EU and the UK, and the resulting consequences for the UK's access to the internal market for energy, as well as its potential obligation to continue implementing EU climate-energy legislation.
You are invited to participate in a webinar featuring a key note presentation by Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in the UK and an in-depth analysis by our new Brussels-based public affairs agency Weber Shandwick providing an overview of the process, politics and people negotiating the new relationship, as well as its impact on climate-energy policy.
IIGCC members only - please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org