WWF's CAP post 2020 orientation and future policy instruments
Agriculture and nature are inseparably linked, but currently unsustainable farming is threatening ...
Statement on recent developments in large carnivore management in Romania
Statement of the participants on recent developments in large carnivore management in Romania.
Time is ripe for change: Towards a Common Agricultural Policy that works for people and nature
Agriculture and nature are inseparably linked. Agriculture relies on healthy nature and ecosystem ...
WWF Annual Review 2016
WWF European Policy Office's 2016 review presents highlights of our work last year, as we pushed ...
The Europe we want: Just, Sustainable, Democratic and Inclusive
As we mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, we have a momentous opportunity to take ...
Preventing Paper Parks: How to make the EU nature laws work
New WWF report shows EU protected areas at risk due to lack of proper implementation of EU laws, ...
What the EU Commissioners should debate on the EU Nature Directives
WWF Shadow Note for the Orientation Debate on the Follow-up of the Fitness Check of the EU Nature ...
The Laws of Nature
The Birds and Habitats Directives - the cornerstone of EU-wide efforts to halt and reverse the ...
WWF report: Debt relief for a living economy in Greece
The call for a green way out of the debt crisis is addressed to Greece’s creditor institutions and ...
Joint NGO letter to Juncker to stop logging in Bialowieza
Read the NGO letter to EU Commission's President Juncker, VP Timmermans and Environment ...
More about illegal logging, deforestation and forest protection
EU report: Eating up forests: How EU consumption drives deforestation and land conversion: The case of soy from Brazil, 2015
WWF-UK report: Do timber products in the UK Stack Up?
In or out? Can the European Union’s Timber Regulation keep out illegal timber?
WWF's Global Work on Forest