Environmental Policy News in the EU
Key agreement in south-eastern Europe puts natural capital at the heart of economic development
Representatives of the governments of eight countries – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, ...
The major environmental challenges of the Greek EU Presidency
Delegation meeting of the international environmental NGO WWF with the Minister for the ...
Europe’s biofuels not guaranteed sustainable, finds new study
A WWF analysis has shown that the standards used to assess biofuel sources fall well short of ...
Madagascar’s grandmothers bring solar energy to rural Africa
WWF and the Indian NGO Barefoot College have started working with women from the poorest ...
Last chance: Change needed for climate negotiations in Lima 2014
WWF issued the following statement today from Samantha Smith, Leader of WWF’s Global Climate and ...
NGOs, Social Movements Walk Out Of Warsaw Talks
Enough is enough.
WWF calls for satellite technology on all commercial vessels to increase transparency of fishing activities
A new pilot project initiated by WWF proves that the use of satellite technology in the ...
The EU must support a freeze on Atlantic bluefin tuna quotas and a shark finning ban at ICCAT
Cape Town, South Africa – As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas ...
NGOs stage coal stunt outside UN climate negociations to highlight hypocrisy of the Polish Government
International NGOs Friends of the Earth (Europe), Oxfam, ActionAid, WWF, Greenpeace and Christian ...
WWF condemns Japan, Australia and Canada for undermining progress at climate talks
Commenting at the end of the first week of the UN climate talks in Warsaw, WWF condemned Japan, ...