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European Big Jump – Sunday 8 July 2018

 
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European Big Jump - Sunday 8 July 2018
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Sunday 8 July will be a big day for Europe’s rivers and lakes as tens of thousands of people across Europe will take part in the Big Jump – joining together to demonstrate their love for the continent’s waterways and to call on politicians to protect them. Curious?
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Debate: Just Transition not just a transition!

 
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Still from a video on the Just Transition by the European Greens
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21 June 2018, 15:30-17:30
The move away from coal power must be accompanied by a Just Transition strategy to minimise hardship for coal workers and their communities.

WWF & Globe EU debate at EU Parliament.  
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Can The Blue Economy Save Our Ocean?

 
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Can The Blue Economy Save Our Ocean?
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On 16 May, Sky & WWF will organise a high-level debate at the European Parliament.

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Nature's last line of Defence

 
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Finland
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On the one year anniversary of the “Action Plan for Nature, People, and the Economy”, NGOs are looking at progress made in the implementation of inter alia the Nature Directives and their enforcement.

In an event at the European Parliament on 17 May, specific complaints and infringement cases will be discussed, and how the Commission is supporting Member States in their implementation of the Nature Directives.

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Earth Hour 2018

 
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Earth Hour 2010. WWF volunteers lighting candles to form the WWF panda logo, Cancun, Mexico.
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At 8:30pm your time on 24 March 2018, millions of people around the world joined to celebrate Earth Hour and #Connect2Earth.

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Office opening with Bernie Krause

 
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Bernie Krause
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On 27 June we celebrated over 28 years of work for the protection of nature in the EU and our new office in the heart of Brussels. Our guest speaker for this occasion was the soundscape ecologist and musician Dr. Bernie Krause

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