Dams have had their day: EU governments must ramp up ambition on their removal
This World Fish Migration Day, WWF and its partners in the Living Rivers Europe coalition say no to ...
Logging in Białowieża Forest illegal, EU Court of Justice rules
“Today is a clear victory for Europe’s wildlife. Nature cannot be ignored and neither can EU law. ...
European Landowners and WWF agree that future CAP must incentivise sustainable farming practices
As Europe’s agriculture ministers meet today to discuss the future of the EU’s Common Agricultural ...
Lip service on deforestation - Is the EU taking its commitment to halt deforestation by 2020 seriously?
A new feasibility study on Options to step up EU action to combat deforestation and forest ...
Half of plant and animal species at risk from climate change
50% of plant and animal species in the Mediterranean could face extinction due to climate change.
European countries not yet delivering a healthy Baltic Sea
Ten years after the Baltic Sea Action Plan was adopted , the recovery of the Baltic Sea remains ...
New report finds ski resort construction causing irreversible damage to Pirin World Heritage and Natura 2000 site
Sofia, Bulgaria (29 January 2018) – Pirin National Park in Bulgaria, one of Europe’s most important ...
Save our bees – European Commission launches EU pollinators initiative
WWF welcomes the decision of the European Commission to launch an initiative to tackle the rapid ...
New EU farming policy will require Member States to deliver benefits for nature
Today the European Commission presented its Communication on the future of the EU Common ...
Environmental Crime Threatens Europe’s Last Pristine Forests and Iconic Wildlife
A new UN report warns that illegal logging, illegal caviar trade, mass-killing of wild birds and ...