Environmental Policy News in the EU
Record breaking fines imposed on beneficiaries of illegal fishing
EU countries asked to follow suit after Spain takes action against fishing piracy
Encyclical adds moral arguments to act on climate change
WWF reacts to the message by Pope Francis
EU energy roadmap more cost effective for South East Europe than current policies, shows new energy model
By aligning their energy policies with the EU energy roadmap and closing all coal power plants and ...
NGOs call for strong EU policies to beat the 2030 renewable energy target
Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe, Greenpeace and WWF today called on the European Commission to ...
IEA: Pledges for climate negotiations not yet enough, governments must increase ambition
Current plans and pledges to do more later on are not yet enough to do the job on climate
16 June - WWF & E3G event: Beyond Paris 2015: Preparing for the risks of climate change
E3G and WWF, with the support of the support of the U.S. Mission to the EU, invite you to a ...
UN talks inch closer to climate deal
"The negotiations must pick up pace...negotiators must get much stronger mandates."
WWF: Climate talks need to speed up and mind the gap
The growing gap between what is needed and what is being promised on finance and emissions is a ...
G7: More than expected, too little for the planet
But some progress on climate and energy issues
G7 must support climate and the ocean while leading the way on sustainable development
Leaders attending an upcoming meeting of the world's most advanced economies need to take action to ...