Environmental Policy News in the EU
Holzindustrie Schweighofer FSC certificate suspended after NGO complaint
The move comes after protests by NGOs, including WWF
Brexit brings risks for UK environment and leaves EU weaker
Responding to the result of the British referendum on EU membership, Geneviève Pons, Director of ...
EU states commit to ending wildlife crime, but critical measures missing
EU Environment Ministers today endorsed an ambitious EU Action Plan to boost the region’s ...
Environment ministers must breathe life into ailing EU carbon market
EU ministers can make the ETS into a meaningful and effective climate instrument which helps keep ...
European Commission launches infringement case against Polish government for logging in Białowieża Forest
Today, the European Commission announced the start of an infringement procedure against Poland ...
Third bison release – one step closer towards a viable population in Romania
Ten more European bison arrived in the Tarcu Mountains
WWF calls for industry standards in the Green Bond market to bolster a sustainable economy
New research commissioned by WWF and published today, shows that the proliferation of standards, ...
Europe’s last remaining primeval forest faces World Heritage in Danger listing
Intensive logging backed by the Polish government is putting rare forest site in peril.
Quick ratification of EU climate pledge meaningless without policy ambition
Today, The European Commission published its proposal for the EU’s ratification of the 2015 Paris ...
Embarrassing failure by Juncker Commission leads Dutch Presidency to cancel high-level Nature Conference
In a highly unusual move, the Dutch presidency today cancelled its much anticipated and ...