Environmental Policy News in the EU
EU countries failing to halt illegal timber trade
WWF asks European Commission to take legal action against non-compliant countries
Greek government puts turtles, tourism and Zakynthos at risk
The recent decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (EU) to condemn Greecefor the ...
South Korea, Ghana and Curaçao must act quickly to combat illegal fishing
The European Commission today gave South Korea, Ghana and Curaçao six more months to improve ...
Commission dresses up business as usual 30% energy efficiency target as success
WWF is disappointed by today’s European Commission proposal of a 30% energy efficiency target for ...
Climate efforts undermined by EU’s coal addiction, new report reveals
CO2 emissions from coal power plants in the EU are undermining climate efforts, reveals the ...
Critical climate and energy decisions look set to lose out as political leaders squabble over new appointments
Tomorrow, EU Heads of State and Government will meet in Brussels to debate on two burning issues: ...
Corruption serious barrier to sustainable energy system in southeast Europe, says new report
High-level corruption in the energy sector is affecting countries in South Eastern Europe, with ...
European Commission exposing Union to further energy security threat?
A Commission impact assessment leaked today highlights the benefits of more energy efficiency. ...
WWF: Developed countries must stop exporting climate change
Today, WWF called on developed countries to clean up their act for good by immediately and publicly ...
Economic adjustment programme threatens Greece with a deeper crisis, warns WWF
WWF has addressed International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, European ...