Environmental Policy News in the EU
New rules hasten end for Europe’s dirtiest power plants
Europe’s most polluting power plants, including many large coal-fired power stations, will be ...
EU Court of Justice orders Poland to halt logging in Bialowieza Forest
This means also a ban on removing old trees from the remaining parts of the forest
EU Commission decides to take Poland to court for failing to protect Bialowieza forest
WWF applauds today’s decision by the European Commission to take Poland to European Court of ...
G20 summit shows ambition on climate and sustainability as need for action grows
As the G20 Leaders’ Summit concludes, WWF urges the world’s leading industrialized and emerging ...
MEPs call for EU strategy on Sustainable Development Goals
“The message is loud, clear, and unanimous. Moving on sustainable development is paramount to both ...
WWF campaign win: Spain must now commit to stop dredging inside outstanding wetland site
In a campaign win for WWF and other conservation bodies, Spain was forced to end plans for dredging ...
Biggest EU investors are partly aligned with Paris Agreement but more efforts needed
The EU's biggest investors are partly aligned with the Paris agreement's climate target but still ...
Host of World Heritage meeting failing to protect own forest
WWF highlights the danger logging poses to Poland's ancient Białowieża Forest.
WWF welcomes report recommending climate-related financial disclosures in finance sector
A landmark report making recommendations as to how the financial sector in G20 countries can ...
Clean energy package stumbles at first hurdle
Energy ministers set about weakening the EU’s energy efficiency laws today, taking a step backwards ...