Environmental Policy News in the EU
Blog: Sink or swim? G7 give coal sector lifebelt
Actions speak louder than words, the old adage goes. Someone should ensure the G7 got the memo - ...
MEPs vote to boost energy efficiency target
Today’s vote for a higher, 40% target in 2030 shows MEPs on the energy and industry committee have ...
“Under the Rug” Report Reveals G7 Nations Financed $42 Billion in Coal Development Worldwide, Contradicting Climate Goals
Behind their public declarations on limiting greenhouse gases, Japan and Germany are financing ...
WWF invites Europeans to “turn up the volume” of nature protection
WWF launched a call today to “Turn Up the Volume of Nature” across Europe inviting people to ...
What the world needs now for climate action: Specifics, direction and scale
Climate negotiators will have to give substance to important elements of the new global deal on ...
EU ministers must make progress on implementing 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda
EU ministers must push forward the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development ...
Blog: The case of the secret workers
Feeling refreshed!? Yesterday much of Europe enjoyed a day off. Yet nature never takes a holiday.
European Commission urges Spain to protect Doñana World Heritage site
Water management case could go to EU Court of Justice.
EU’s top court rules too many free pollution allowances given to industry
Energy-intensive industries have received too many pollution permits under the EU’s Emissions ...
WWF welcomes EU campaign to tackle crisis of Mediterranean fish stocks, calls for urgent and collective action
The EU Commission unveiled today its new campaign #MedFish4ever, with the European Commissioner ...