Environmental Policy News in the EU
WWF reveals that Ministers are contaminated with an average of at least 37 chemicals.
Nordic Governments stack up in favour of stronger chemical regulation
In a significant political move the Danish government has given its backing to REACH and stronger ...
WWF welcomes international fact-finding mission to the Ukrainian Danube Delta
WWF welcomes the international fact-finding mission consisting of experts of the European ...
REACH costs too small to cause harm
A report published today by the Nordic Council of Ministers, shows that the total direct costs of ...
Not all mining waste dangers dealt with by new EU law
A “political agreement” set to be reached tomorrow by EU Environment Ministers on waste from mining ...
New European Commission must act to curb huge energy waste
A new report reveals that Central and Eastern European countries are using at least twice the ...
European Commission: stop tuna subsidies or face commercial extinction
A report released today denounces the illegality and the unsustainability of a number of tuna ...
Make illegal logging a crime in the EU, says WWF
A new WWF survey launched today shows that while most EU countries still fail to take effective ...
More scientific evidence that polar bears are affected by toxic chemicals
Three new scientific studies published recently provide strong indications that polar bears are ...
WWF calls for more transparency in European Council trade policy
WWF is taking the Council of the European Union to the European Court over lack of transparency in ...