UK's Brexit vote could reverse environmental protections and contribute to climate change
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By the slimmest of margins, the United Kingdom http://inhabitat.com/united-kingdom-2/ has voted to leave the European Union. The controversial move—widely called Brexit, short for British exit—kicked off a series of troubling events. Stock markets crashed and Prime Minister David Cameron announced he will resign before October. The ramifications of the UK’s departure from the EU will be widespread, including potentially devastating setbacks for environmental initiatives. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/damian-carrington-blog/2016/jun/24/uks-out-vote-is-a-red-alert-for-the-environment...