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What will Brexit mean for UK energy, resources and natural environment policy?

Green Alliance on what Brexit may mean for UK energy, resources and natural environment policy. Read more here.

Why Brexit Britain should still be interested in the EU’s Circular Economy Action Plan

Green Alliance on why Brexit Britain should still be interested in the EU’s Circular Economy Action Plan. Read the full article.

Five things you should know about industrial strategy

Green Alliance on five things you should know about industrial strategy. Find out more here.

2016 Agenda Download

Download EIC Annual Conference 2016 - Latest Agenda

Latest Agenda Download: This year’s EIC Annual Conference will focus on the factors that drive growth in environmentally focused businesses. It’s clear that Brexit will have significant implications for the environmental sector…

EIC reacts to Brexit vote

Commenting on Britain's decision to leave the European Union, EIC's Executive Director Matthew Farrow

“The UK environmental industry will be apprehensive this morning. For all its faults, over the last 30 years the EU has turned Britain away from our past of landfills, toxic air and filthy beaches. The long term certainty provided by EU environmental laws…

Is Brexit really bad news for the environmental sector?

Article by Matthew Farrow, director of the Environmental Industries Commission

UK membership of the EU has been seen by many in the environmental sector as a positive influence on issues like air quality and climate change. After Brexit though, what now? Matthew Farrow looks at the potential ramifications of the vote to leave the EU.

2015 Speaker Presentations

2015 Speaker Presentations

Access the 2015 EIC Annual Conference speaker presentations

Zac Goldsmith MP (Conservative London Mayoral Candidate), Environmental Priorities for London


Zac Goldsmith MP talks about his aspirations for London and it’s environment, and how he could work with The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) in the future.

Mix of Technology will be Needed to Tackle Urban Air Pollution

EIC Report

Relying solely on electric vehicles will be too expensive and take too long says new report. The report examining ways to tackle Britain’s air quality crisis. The report A clear choice for the UK: technology options of tackling air pollution includes modelling carried out by consultancy Temple Group which examines the costs and air quality benefits for rolling out five different pollution control technologies.