Environmental Policy News in the EU
A valuable violin that could still come from illegal wood
If you are about to furnish your dining room, while you can be fairly certain that your table will ...
EU to go digital to fight illegal fishing
The European Union is the largest importer of seafood products in the world, representing 24 ...
Europe’s nature still mown down by political inaction
The Mid-Term Review of the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020, released today by the European ...
European Commission praised for warning the Comoros and Taiwan on illegal fishing
The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Oceana, The Pew Charitable Trusts, and WWF commended ...
Almost a third of all natural World Heritage Sites under threat of oil, gas and mining exploration
Investors warned to assess risk of backing extractive companies threatening sites.
Shell cuts losses, abandons offshore Arctic drilling
Better to turn around half way than err the whole way: Shell ends Alaska offshore drilling.
Success of development now tied to world leaders' agendas at home
Close of UN summit shifts focus to national action
Sustainable development plan gives the globe a chance
World leaders unanimously approve historic deal
WWF reaction following the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals
In response to today’s announcement from the United Nations that 193 member states formally adopted ...
WWF statement in response to today’s historic address to the UN General Assembly by His Holiness Pope Francis
NEW YORK -- In response to today’s historic address to the UN General Assembly by His Holiness Pope ...