Environmental Policy News in the EU
New Arctic research underscores urgency of CO2 reduction efforts
Studies show that perennial ice in the Arctic will disappear entirely during this century.
EU legislation for implementing Kyoto is ready for approval
Brussels, Belgium - WWF, the conservation organization, is calling on Environment Ministers of the ...
Rural development works, now it needs the money
A new study published by WWF and the Land Use Policy Group (LUPG) of conservation, countryside, and ...
Promoting the socio-economic benefits of Natura 2000
While Member States continue to delay the finalisation of Natura 2000 — the European network of ...
Business supports green electricity schemes
Brussels, Belgium – One third of medium and large businesses in five EU countries would switch to ...
“Dam decisions” put Spain in the hotseat
At the close of the Ramsar COP8 meeting, WWF welcomed Spain’s commitment to take action towards ...
Save the fishing industry from harmful subsidies - WWF
WWF called on the European Union to rescue the fishing industry from subsidies that are ...
Right to know for EU electricity consumers
Today, EU ministers meeting at the Energy Council have the opportunity to give European consumers ...
North & Baltic Seas overfishing costs €400 million this year
The overexploitation of fish stocks is a major economic problem as well as an ecological problem ...
Spain cops out of Ramsar opening ceremony amidst water controversy
WWF, Ecologistas en Accion, Greenpeace, and SEO/Birdlife International are asking Spain to explain ...