Saving our wildlife requires radical policy change
Cute animals are social media stars. Facebook and Twitter are peppered with them. Beyond this fun ...
World’s wildlife could drop two-thirds by 2020, report warns
EU can slow environmental loss through radical policy change Global wildlife could decline by 67 ...
IEA: EU set to lose renewables leadership to US and China
Europe is now losing ground in the global race to deploy renewables, and is set to fall to third ...
Energy Union governance – a mystery beast now revealed
At the end of the year the European Commission will be releasing a new animal into the EU ...
Greek WWF chief: Debt solution should be linked to ‘greener’ economy
Europe should explore creative ways to provide relief to indebted countries like Greece, if they ...
Environment Ministers must turn climate commitments into action
Environment ministers will debate the Commission proposals from last July for an 2030 ...
SDG Watch Europe launch - civil society groups join forces to push for a sustainable future
75 civil society organisations, including WWF, are joining up to push EU to keep its promises for a ...
EP Industry Committee’s ETS vote to benefit Europe’s biggest polluters
With their vote today on the reform of the EU ETS, MEPs voted for measures that will benefit ...
European Parliament must vote for an EU ETS that works for the climate
The current ETS reform proposal however predates the Paris Agreement, and it must now be ...
Effective coal regulation could slash deaths from toxic fumes by 85%
Improving environmental performance at European coal power stations could save 20,000 lives every ...
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