Environmental Policy News in the EU
Sun, sand and too much sizzle – a Mediterranean meltdown could mean tourist trauma
According to a report commissioned by WWF, the summer tourist trade in the Mediterranean is ...
L’Europe en panne sèche sur les économies d’énergie
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EU 'highway' plans threaten Danube, WWF says
The EU's plans for navigation are currently the Danube's greatest threat, says WWF today on 'Danube ...
WWF teams up with financial industry to tackle climate change
The financial industry needs to systematically screen climate change risks, according to a new ...
Irish government commits to coral reef protection
WWF welcomes the Irish government’s announcement at a meeting on the North-East Atlantic ...
International ban on shark finning adopted
WWF applauds the adoption of an international ban on shark finning by the Inter-American Tropical ...
EU sugar regime not so sweet for the poor and the environment
The European Commission has missed a golden opportunity to help some of the poorest people in the ...
EU bid to evade driftnet ban likely to kill thousands of dolphins
As driftnet fishing is a menace to the lives of dolphins and other species living in the ...
EU money for new boats while fish stocks goes bust?
Brussels, Belgium - Fresh EU funds for new fishing boats could put at risk the European marine ...
Energy efficient Zurich is shining example for the EU to follow
Zurich/Switzerland, Brussels/Belgium – WWF calls on European cities and big energy consumers to ...