Environmental Policy News in the EU
EU to set out its future climate and energy plans
On 25 February, the European Commission will unveil a strategy document detailing its vision for an ...
EU at a fork in the road for sustainable food
Europe’s food system is dysfunctional. We buy too much, waste too much, pollute too much, eat too ...
Good progress in Geneva, but hard work still ahead: political will a significant factor
“Tackling the difficult issues is yet to begin"
New report brings pre-2020 actions into sharp focus
As UN climate negotiators in Geneva today focus on emissions reductions in the pre-2020 period, a ...
Industry guidance to avoid illegal ‘pirate’ fish products in supply chains
In a detailed joint ‘Advisory Note’ launched today, the British Retail Consortium (BRC), ...
UN climate talks require business unusual
Negotiators need to agree on an ambitious, science-based climate deal
Will Europe keep financing coal pollution overseas?
A European group of Finance Ministry officials will meet Monday 2nd February to finalise the EU ...
EU to ban fish imports from Sri Lanka for illegal fishing
Leading NGOs encourage Sri Lanka to improve performance
Swedish ban on Wolf cull overturned
At the beginning of 2015, the largest cull of wolves in modern Swedish history was stopped at the ...
Earth Hour 2015 countdown begins, marked by launch of high impact video
As nations and individuals around the globe gear up to participate in the world’s largest ...