Environmental Policy News in the EU
WWF: Spanish government's figures and data on National Hydrological Plan's Ebro Transfer benefits are wrong and misleading
3.5 billion Euros could be lost if the Spanish National Hydrological Plan's (SNHP) Ebro river ...
WWF asks Fish Ministers to make bold decisions
WWF asked Ministers meeting today in Luxembourg at the European Union Fisheries Council to make ...
European Parliament vote: a big step towards climate protection
WWF welcomes today's European Parliament's vote for a credible "cap and trade" system to achieve ...
Hunger in the midst of riches
At the same time as millions go hungry in Angola, the European Commission recently renewed its ...
A WWF report in Angola highlights controversial EU fishing agreements with developing countries
A TV story and a briefing paper released today by WWF underscore the controversy behind the ...
It is time to implement Kyoto at home.
An open letter to EU ministers on the proposal for domestic trading of GHG allowances
Green electricity that really is green
Many consumers are choosing green electricity over electricity produced by traditional, polluting ...
WWF: Seven Reasons to Stop the Spanish National Hydrological Plan
Brussels, Belgium: The Spanish National Hydrological Plan (SNHP) is illegal under EU legislation ...
Restore our wetlands or face worse floods
WWF, the international conservation organization, today called on the EU and national governments ...
European Fisheries Ministers to remember the commitments made at WSSD, WWF urges
WWF today urged the EU Fisheries Ministers to remember the commitments made in Johannesburg by ...