Post-Brexit food and rural affairs policy: a farmer’s view

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 3 (2021)

Post-Brexit food and rural affairs policy: a farmer’s view
Richard Bramley pages 46-51


British farmers’ impressive progress on the environment, nature and the production of healthy, low-carbon food for the British public is under threat from climate change and new trade deals that undermine environmental and welfare standards. Farming can and must be part of the solution to the problems of climate change and biodiversity loss, but farmers need the support and understanding of the public and politicians.

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Richard Bramley (2021) Post-Brexit food and rural affairs policy: a farmer’s view, Renewal, 29(3), 46-51

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