Environmental Policy News in the EU
Environmental NGOs urgently call for better protection of Europe’s oceans
98% of offshore waters remain unprotected under Natura 2000, Europe’s key conservation network.
Missing: EU’s first birthday gift to the Sustainable Development Agenda
One year after the EU signed the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, little progress has ...
EU faces credibility test on climate action
Quick ratification and higher ambition at home are key if the EU wants to remain a climate ...
Environmental NGOs suspend activities at South-Western Waters Advisory Council in protest
In a letter to Commissioner Vella, environmental NGOs have announced the suspension of their ...
Combatting corruption key in fight against wildlife crime - European Parliament Resolution
In its plenary vote yesterday, the European Parliament called for greater support in the fight ...
Europe must put people and planet first
As the EU-27 gather in Bratislava today, leading environmental organisations call for genuinely ...
Drying Doñana in danger of losing World Heritage status
Europe’s historic Doñana National Park could be added to UNESCO’s List of World Heritage in Danger ...
Tackling illegal timber trade: Indonesia first country to export licensed timber to EU
On 15 November Indonesia will be the first country in the world to export FLEGT-licensed legal ...
Towards a more sustainable EU financial system
WWF welcomes the European Commission's new Communication on the Capital Markets Union, that ...
Jacques Delors: Restoring a Europe built on values for its youth
By Jacques Delors, former President of the European Commission and Honorary Citizen of Europe, in ...