Eating up Forests. How EU consumption drives deforestation and land conversion: the case of soy from Brazil
The EU’s high dependence on natural resources from abroad causes serious environmental problems. ...
100% Sustainably sourced – how to make it happen?
This publication focuses on one of the most challenging questions in the coming decennia: how can ...
WWF Priority Demands to the Italian Presidency
Italy will head the Council of the European Union from July to December 2014, during a highly ...
Accounting for Natural Capital in EU Policy Decision-Making: A WWF background paper on policy developments
The awareness of nature´s importance for the human wealth and welfare has increased currently. The ...
Report: An Independent Evaluation of Indonesia's Timber Legality Certification System
Independent evaluation by NGOs reveals fundamental flaws in SVLK allowing certification of illegal ...
'Wildlife Comeback in Europe' study on recovered species
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL), BirdLife International and the European Bird Census Council ...
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WWF Priority Demands to the Danish Presidency
This document presents WWF priority proposals to achieve a smart,resource efficient and low-carbon ...
WWF Priority Demands to the Polish Presidency
The start of the Polish presidency sets a series of decisive reforms for the EU into play: from the ...
Changing Perspectives: how the EU budget can shape a sustainable future
Protecting the environment and improving the quality of life for European citizens are integral ...