Environmental Policy News in the EU
Environmental consequences of booming fish farming industry unacceptable, says WWF
As more than 20,000 aquaculture industry representatives gather in Trondheim, Norway for the ...
When networks clash: conflicts between EU transport and conservation policies
Clashes between EU transport policy and EU nature conservation law are highlighted in a new ...
Toxic contamination looms over Russian reserve
WWF is concerned about possible toxic contamination after scientists last week discovered a 20-ton ...
Over 60,000 objections to Ebro water transfer
WWF and other environmental organizations today presented the Spanish ministry of environment with ...
Ministers must stop dilution of EU Emissions Trading Directive
EU governments must guarantee that the use of carbon credits by European businesses does not make a ...
EU kicks off new climate and energy debate as Europe hit by freak weather
The European Union will kick off a new debate on climate and energy policy beyond 2012 at the ...
Wallström joins WWF chemical contamination test
Margot Wallström, the EU Commissioner for the Environment, today gave a blood sample as part of a ...
Chemical contamination is costing us billions, reveals WWF
The proposed EU 'REACH' law on chemicals could bring huge cost benefits to society.
Protect us from hazardous chemicals, say European citizens
Environmental, consumer, health, and women's groups today joined forces to demand a strong EU ...
EU Emissions Trading Directive a significant step forward, say NGOs
Environmental groups today welcomed the European Parliament's adoption of the Emission Trading ...