WWF infographics: Our leaders must choose more ambition to re-energise Europe towards 2030
The European Commission has presented different scenarios for cutting EU greenhouse gas emissions ...
WWF report: Critical materials for the transition to a 100% sustainable energy future
This new WWF study examines whether non-energy raw material supply bottlenecks could occur in the ...
WWF recommendations: 2030 framework for climate & energy - The European Council must call for a more effective system
The European Commission has put forward a 2030 framework for climate and energy policies that is ...
Renewable energy myths exposed
Why Europe’s renewable energy future is bright, not blighted.
WWF report: Making more effective energy savings policy at EU level
As energy savings are vital to combatting both the economic and climate crises, this briefing paper ...
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and coal financing: Get your facts straight
Want to know more about where the EBRD money goes to and what the impact of its coal investments ...
WWF response to the EC’s consultation on the 2015 international climate change agreement
With this consultation response, WWF wishes to bring forward a number of essential aspects that ...
WWF reaction to the European Commission’s ‘Consultative Communication on The Future of Carbon Capture and Storage in Europe’
The European Commission published a communication ‘on the Future of Carbon Capture and Storage’ on ...
WWF position on 2030 EU Climate and Energy policy
As the EU considers the climate and energy policies that will be needed after 2020 in order to ...
WWF position on shale gas in the EU: Keep Pandora’s Box firmly shut
WWF opposes the exploitation of shale gas in Europe. There is no convincing science-based ...