Environmental Policy News in the EU
Logging of Białowieża Forest illegal, confirms Advocate General of EU Court
It was unlawful to increase logging in the Białowieża Forest. That's according to an opinion from ...
New report on the impact of the EU IUU Regulation on seafood trade flows
Ten years after the adoption of the EU IUU Regulation, a new report examines how the EU’s carding ...
Disclosure of climate risk crucial for sustainable financial system - EU expert group
Companies should disclose climate change risks, an expert group on sustainable finance recommends ...
New report finds ski resort construction causing irreversible damage to Pirin World Heritage and Natura 2000 site
Sofia, Bulgaria (29 January 2018) – Pirin National Park in Bulgaria, one of Europe’s most important ...
MEPs deliver on energy efficiency and governance, but drop ball on biomass
MEPs have shown high ambition is possible. Sadly, this ambition was not echoed at the renewables ...
MEPs miss crucial opportunity to protect our marine environment and juvenile fish
WWF has strongly condemned today’s vote by the European Parliament, which failed to reduce the ...
Crunch time for MEPs on climate and energy
On Wednesday MEPs can confirm that they, at least, take the Paris Agreement seriously
EU bioenergy proposals “threat to climate and sustainable development” - NGOs
Both civil society and scientists are sounding the alarm on bioenergy
EU governments cling to coal
EU ministers agreed even the dirtiest coal plants can stay on using public money.
Member States abandon pretence of climate ambition
EU governments showed their complete disdain for the Paris Agreement and Europe’s renewable energy ...