Environmental Policy News in the EU
Hydropower schemes must become more sustainable
At the ongoing Hydro 2003 Conference, WWF is calling on the hydropower industry to adopt new ...
San Francisco supports REACH
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors voted to adopt a resolution supporting a new proposed European ...
Weakened European chemical law needs beefing up - WWF
The draft EU law on chemicals (REACH) published today by the European Commission is a ‘light’ ...
EU chemicals law needs strengthening
The draft EU chemicals law REACH, expected to be published on Wednesday (29 October) by the ...
EU Emissions Trading Directive undermined
WWF warns EU Ministers that a draft directive on carbon credits threatens to destroy the ...
REACH - New EU Chemicals Law
On October 29 European Commissioners will decide whether to publish the draft of a new EU law to ...
Spain’s latest bid for EU funding of water transfer is a dangerous precedent
WWF is once again calling on the European Commission not to fund a Spanish water transfer scheme in ...
Time for EU to act on illegal logging in Eastern Europe, says WWF
WWF calls on EU Member States to acknowledge the problem of illegal logging in Accession and ...
ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly
WWF is urging a more environmentally driven ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific)-EU agenda.
Fishery closure needed to save cod
WWF today warned that if EU Member States ignore advice to close fisheries in the North Sea, Irish ...