WWF Annual Review 2016
WWF European Policy Office's 2016 review presents highlights of our work last year, as we pushed ...
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 ...
Succeeding in oceans governance
The WWF vision is for global oceans that are biodiverse, productive and resilient, where effective, ...
Impact of climate change on species
One in six species is at risk of extinction because of climate change
From crisis to opportunities: five steps to European Sustainable Economies
This report presents WWF’s analysis and recommendations on why and how Europe1 should shift to ...
Copa Cogeca should continue dialogue on large carnivores in Europe
We have learned with great surprise and regret of Copa-Cogeca’s sudden decision to resign from the ...
The European Commission plans to scrap future sustainable policies such as waste reduction and air quality
The below industries, civil society and decision makers have all spoken out against the plans by ...
WWF wants to see the Atlantic/North Sea TACs follow scientific advice to end overfishing in EU waters
2015 will be a key year for fisheries management in EU waters. Under the new CFP, 2015 is the date ...
Civil Society view regarding pending EU legislation 2014 – response to Business Europe
The undersigned organisations, representing diverse public interests, strongly oppose the worrying ...
Priorities for environmentally responsible aquaculture in the EU
Environmental NGOs propose several priorities to ensure that European aquaculture develops in an ...