Environmental Policy News in the EU
World on brink of global climate deal
World leaders will soon meet in Paris where a global climate deal is expected to be agreed.
Forest reception tackles illegal timber in the EU
A hundred people gathered in Brussels yesterday to discuss how the EU Timber Regulation could be ...
Nature Directives are not to change. Time to focus on what damages the environment
After a year of debates about the possible revision of the EU Nature Directives, more than 300 ...
UK Court victory shows protecting our precious rivers and wetlands is no longer a ‘last resort’
Today, WWF-UK, the Angling Trust & Fish Legal Judicial Review secured a major step forward for the ...
Impact of climate change on global food supply chains starting to be visible – WWF report
Consumers will feel the harsh impacts of climate change not only in the climate around them but ...
A pristine habitat in Romania saved from destruction by harmful small hydropower projects
The rivers Sucu-Olteana and Bistra Marului in the Tarcu Mountains will run free
OECD deal nails global coal plant pipeline
The decision by the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries to limit ...
Energy Union yet to show it can drive real change
Today, the European Commission published its Communication on the State of the Energy Union, giving ...
State of the Energy Union: Europe risks missing momentum to facilitate energy transition
Tomorrow, the European Commission is expected to publish its Communication on the State of the ...
ICCAT: bluefin tuna recovery on track but illegal fishing still to be tackled, swordfish at risk, says WWF
As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) closes its 24th ...