Environmental Policy News in the EU
Hydropower development in the Dinaric Arc requires more careful analysis to avoid costly projects
On the occasion of World Water Day 2014: Water and Energy and in the light of the latest research ...
Failure to keep up with EU climate and energy policies will move South East Europe away from the EU, say NGOs
As the EU Council tomorrow debates A framework for climate and energy in the period from 2020 to ...
Improve Timber Legality Assurance System (SVLK)!
On Tuesday 18 March, a coalition of NGOs called on the Government of Indonesia to improve its ...
Will the European Council add insult to injury on climate and energy?
On 21 March, European Heads of State and Government will meet to debate the EU climate and energy ...
200 European cities and regions call for more ambitious EU climate and energy targets
At a crucial time for European climate policy, 200 European cities and regions are backing a call ...
EU reps speak out about Soco’s Virunga exploration
Prominent EU commissioner and Belgian minister alarmed by Virunga oil threat.
13 March - Clean energy for 2030 and beyond: cities and regions walk the talk
At a joint ICLEI Europe/WWF European Policy Office event on 13 March in Brussels, Mayors and senior ...
World’s Largest Fund to Review Climate Change Impact
For the past two months a proposal has been on the table in Norway to make a historic move the ...
First World Wildlife Day an opportunity for hope and action
World Wildlife Day is an opportunity to celebrate the globe's wild plant and animal life.
EU Environment and Energy Ministers must back strong climate ambition ahead of the March European Council
On 3 March, EU Environment Ministers will meet in Brussels, followed by Energy Ministers on 4 ...