Joint position on the Energy Efficiency Directive review
A binding 40% energy savings target by 2030 would bring more jobs, money and less pollution.
Powerful power markets - 5 key policy asks on market design
Five key policy asks to ensure that market design proposals within the Clean Energy for all ...
WWF position Paper on the revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
This paper provides some recommendations on how the European Parliament and the Council of the ...
WWF Annual Review 2016
WWF European Policy Office's 2016 review presents highlights of our work last year, as we pushed ...
A Climate for the Future: Assessing EU Member States’ Low-Carbon Development Strategies and lessons for Energy Union governance
Only eleven EU Member States delivered a 2050 emissions reduction strategy by 2015 as required by ...
Smart cash for the climate - Maximising ETS auctioning revenues
EU countries could receive up to €120 billion more for climate action through a strengthened ...
Fulfilling the promise of Paris in Marrakech: WWF asks for COP22
History will judge the Paris Agreement by whether governments, corporations, cities and other ...
WWF report: Debt relief for a living economy in Greece
The call for a green way out of the debt crisis is addressed to Greece’s creditor institutions and ...
WWF briefing paper: Revising the EU's Renewable Energy Directive
This briefing sets out what the revised EU Renewables Energy Directive needs to contain if it is to ...
Lifting Europe’s Dark Cloud: How cutting coal saves lives
Effective emissions limits could save thousands of lives every year shows new report