Environmental Policy News in the EU
Baltic fish may be too toxic to be sold in the EU
Fish from some areas of the Baltic Sea are so contaminated that they may be too toxic for EU ...
Parliament Hearing backs new chemical law
MEPS, industry and NGOs agreed that the argument for new EU chemical law known as REACH had been ...
Thousands of women can’t be wrong about the dangers of chemicals
As the REACH debate kicks off in the European Parliament, WWF and one of the UK’s largest and ...
REACH no threat to chemical industry predict financial market experts
As the European Parliament kicks off its debate on new EU chemical law – REACH – WWF reviews two ...
“Your view on food and farming”: WWF photo competition
With a Europe-wide photo competition launched today together with a web site on the EU Common ...
'Green reconstruction' vital in tsunami aftermath
In the aftermath of the tsunami disaster, WWF is calling on governments to support devastated ...
EU emissions trading scheme undermined by excess allowances to industry
WWF warns that the EU emissions market, and the potential climate benefits of the system, has been ...
EU Fisheries Council fails again to protect fish stocks
WWF questions whether EU Fisheries Ministers are interested at all in fish stock recovery in ...
WWF urges EU Fisheries Ministers to rebuild fish stocks
WWF is urging EU Fisheries Ministers attending an EU Fisheries Council meeting to fall into line ...
NGOs call on EU to protect the Danube River from inland shipping
WWF is calling on the EU to protect the Danube River from overexploitation by inland shipping.