Environmental Policy News in the EU
Lima talks to test political will for global climate deal
Why COP20 will be a key moment in climate negotiations
Celebrating parks, the planet and people
A once-per-decade meeting on the state of the world’s protected natural areas ended today with a ...
Mediterranean bluefin tuna: quota increase too much too soon
As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) closes today its ...
IEA’s forecast on energy politics puts world at high risk of runaway global warming
UK Government must ensure old coal does not jeopardise climate change goals
The UK Government has recognised the threat which coal poses to UK climate change goals and has ...
Mediterranean bluefin tuna will recover if conservation ambition remains high
Despite recent indications that the stock is recovering, substantial shortcomings still undermine ...
A New Impetus for Europe: Green 10 Priorities for the new European Commission
WWF, together with the Green 10, the alliance of ten of the leading environmental organisations in ...
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Final Report: No more debates on climate science, over to leaders
Today in Copenhagen, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the final volume of its ...
EU fails credibility test on 2030 climate and energy ambition
Last night the European Council agreed a 2030 climate and energy framework with the headline ...
Concerns remain over Juncker Commission’s commitment to environment
With today’s vote by the European Parliament a new political phase begins in the European Union. ...