Environmental Policy News in the EU
Environment Ministers fail to adopt a strong Marine Strategy Directive
WWF joined BirdLife International, the European Environment Bureau, the Fisheries Secretariat, ...
Aviation industry to profit from emissions trading
The aviation sector stands to make windfall profits from being part of the European Emissions ...
Sharks’ future on an EU platter
Populations of two species of shark, used for their meat and consumed mainly in the EU, are on the ...
Closing wildlife trade corridors on Europe’s eastern borders
Threatened species will be at risk from a rise in illegal wildlife trade entering Europe once ...
EU passes new chemical law
After years of debate, European lawmakers adopted new chemical legislation that will oblige ...
REACH: Alive but not kicking
Strasbourg, France – A plenary vote by Members of the European Parliament has left the new EU ...
WWF REACH BRIEFING
Electric shock on the table of Fisheries Ministers
Brussels - The European Commission’s proposal for fishing opportunities in 2007 suggests too high ...
Wolves retain protection status in Europe
Parties to a European-wide wildlife conservation meeting rejected a Swiss proposal to downgrade the ...
REACH, a deal too far
European environmental, women’s, health and consumer groups today denounced a deal struck behind ...