Environmental Policy News in the EU
Over 80% of future deforestation confined to just 11 places
Eleven places in the world – 10 of which are in the tropics – will account for over 80 per cent of ...
Hungarian government jeopardizes natural resources
The bill voted today takes nature park management away from conservation organisations
Global call for Norway to end coal investments
Big things happen when big money moves. Six global organizations today have launched on 22 April a ...
United stand on the EU Regulation to fight illegal fishing
Yellow card for Thailand is a significant move to fight illegal fishing
Ocean wealth valued at US$24 trillion, but sinking fast
The value of the ocean’s riches rivals the size of the world’s leading economies
NGOs support EU’s warning of trade ban against Thailand for illegal fishing
Today, the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Oceana, The Pew Charitable Trusts, and WWF ...
WWF and EU fish processors and traders ask global players to act against illegal fishing
In the framework of the world’s largest seafood trade event, the Seafood Expo Global (Brussels, ...
Endangered sturgeons, CITES labelling and seafood traceability to be presented at the world’s largest seafood trade event
WWF will discuss with leading seafood sellers and buyers the importance of compulsory CITES ...
Poisonings of rare and protected species on the rise in Serbia
Leading Serbian nature conservation organizations call for responsible pesticide use
Why a sustainable economy is not a visionary idea but a reality for Europe
2014 was a turnaround year for global investments in renewable energy, according to a recent UNEP ...