Environmental Policy News in the EU
Nature dodges bullet: huge public campaign saves EU nature laws
European Commission confirms EU nature protection laws will be saved after record-breaking campaign ...
Spain announces dredging ban to protect Doñana
In a report to UNESCO, the country stated that a plan to deepen the Guadalquivir River to allow ...
Wanted: Common standards for ‘green bonds’ across the EU
European Commission proposes steps to boost sustainable economy
Spain’s failure to protect Doñana World Heritage Site - Spain could be taken to court for breaching EU laws
Today is the deadline set by UNESCO for Spain to address threats to Doñana National Park.
Finland to pursue a legal ban on coal by 2030
WWF welcomes this ambitious move by Finland and calls on other European countries to quickly follow ...
Commission’s clean energy package still too dirty
The European Commission has failed to show bold and decisive leadership on renewable energy and ...
EU Parliament urges bolder action to end illegal wildlife trade
Today a large majority of the European Parliament (with 567 MEPs in favour) voted a resolution ...
Two steps forward, one step back?
EU must not undo its past progress on climate policy
Energy efficiency: Time for an Energy Union closer to citizens
Today, an impressive movement of companies, environmental NGOs - including WWF, consumer ...
‘Sustainable Europe’ plan pays lip-service to global goals but avoids action at home
The EU Commission has missed a unique chance to bring a sustainable Europe closer today, with its ...