Environmental Policy News in the EU
WWF & Boots work together calling for strong chemicals legislation
No chance for Baltic cod - WWF
EU Fisheries Ministers have written off cod from the Baltic Sea last night in Luxembourg
A toxic Europe? No thank you!
With a “toxic flag” postcard as a warning, WWF is calling on European governments to agree to ...
Scientists and WWF united: ban cod fisheries in the North Atlantic
Urgent action is needed to safeguard fish stocks across Europe according to the latest advice of ...
Human footprint too big for nature
The world’s natural ecosystems are being degraded at a rate unprecedented in human history, ...
EU Fisheries Council, 24-25 October 2006 - The EU should not lose faith in cod
WWF calls on the European Fisheries Ministers to adopt responsible quotas and align their decisions ...
Plugged in at last: Europe pledge to stop wasting energy
WWF, Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth Europe hailed the energy efficiency target proposed by the ...
Breast cancer increases: are hormone disrupting chemicals the reason?
A new paper concludes that hormone disrupting chemicals (known as EDCs), may be a crucial factor ...
WWF Statement on ICES Advice
WWF welcomes the advice released yesterday by the scientists of the International Council for the ...
Top-ten products for energy savings: a new website promoted by WWF
www.topten.info, a new web portal to help consumers find the most energy-efficient appliances and ...