Environmental Policy News in the EU
EU inland navigation plans threaten Europe’s lifeline
WWF calls upon the EU to strike the right balance between economic and environmental needs in its ...
REACH after 5 years. Will the EU defend what little is left?
WWF would like to confidently answer “yes”. But if the new EU chemicals law is to deliver any of ...
Europe’s fisheries falling behind, says WWF
Brussels, Belgium - The announcement today in London by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) of the ...
WWF asks for mandatory eco-certification for biofuels
While trying to increase their use, the EU must also endorse the mandatory eco-certification of all ...
Mitigating climate change in Spain’s Doñana National Park
A new report commissioned by WWF highlights the adverse impacts of climate change facing Spain’s ...
“Mission possible” - EU ban on illegal timber
A UK government-funded study says that an EU ban on illegal timber imports is a credible option, ...
Sensitive deep sea coral reefs protected for the first time in the Mediterranean
Efforts by WWF to protect local fisheries in the Mediterranean have led to the protection of three ...
Living rivers, not just transport waterways
The EU must see its waterways as living rivers, not mere transportation canals, says WWF in ...
Brussels, Belgium – With last night’s decisions, EU Fisheries Ministers have effectively written ...
WWF EPO staff distributing the Fish Voice outside the EU Fisheries Council, December 2005