Environmental Policy News in the EU
Will Europe keep financing coal pollution overseas?
A European group of Finance Ministry officials will meet Monday 2nd February to finalise the EU ...
EU to ban fish imports from Sri Lanka for illegal fishing
Leading NGOs encourage Sri Lanka to improve performance
Swedish ban on Wolf cull overturned
At the beginning of 2015, the largest cull of wolves in modern Swedish history was stopped at the ...
Earth Hour 2015 countdown begins, marked by launch of high impact video
As nations and individuals around the globe gear up to participate in the world’s largest ...
India's tigers come roaring back according to new report
India’s tiger population has significantly increased according to the 2014-15 India tiger ...
Spain announces law to fight pirate fishing
EJF, Oceana, Pew and WWF call on other countries to enact similar laws in order to fulfil the EU ...
Virunga documentary receives Oscar nomination
This powerful film recognizes those on the frontlines of conservation
Parliament support for Juncker on environment eroding over attack on green legislation
Five out of seven political groups, representing over 60 per cent of MEPs in the European ...
2015, a pivotal year for Europe and the environment
The year ahead will be a pivotal one for Europe and globally, both for our climate and the ...
Map my track: WWF and navama show the way to transparent seas
A new platform introduced by WWF and its partner navama where fisheries can show where they travel ...