We’re two PhD students at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia. We focus on environmental politics in the European Union, and hope that you will enjoy this blog, where we will post regularly on ongoing environmental policy developments in the EU. We hope to make our academic work accessible to a wider range of people and look forward to engaging discussions on a variety of topics. Viviane will contribute her work on environmental policy dismantling, agricultural policy and perspectives from France, the UK and beyond. Jonas focuses on climate policy evaluation, and will also tap into insights from his past work on environmental psychology, environmental groups in the EU, as well as views from Germany, the United States and beyond. We hope to see you back soon, and if you have any suggestions on how to improve this blog, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Analysing Policy and Practice
We are three early career researchers studying European Union environmental politics. We hope that you will enjoy this blog, where we will post regularly on ongoing environmental and climate policy developments in the EU. For regular blog updates, follow @EnvEurope on Twitter.
The contributors of this blog are Viviane Gravey (@VGravey), Jonas Schoenefeld (@JSchoenefeld), and Brendan Moore (@brmo07).
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