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Parliament votes to give European countries legally solid right to ban GM cultivation

Press release | November 11, 2014 at 8:59

Brussels - The European Parliament voted today on a new law on national bans of genetically modified (GM) crops. The Parliament’s environment committee voted to amend the position agreed last June by ministers [1], which, according to Greenpeace,...

Parliament expected to make breakthrough on countries’ right to ban GM crop cultivation

Publication | November 6, 2014 at 11:11

MEDIA BRIEFING - On Tuesday 11 November, the European Parliament will vote on a new law on national bans of genetically modified (GM) crops.

Greenpeace exposes 20 European fishing vessels responsible for destructive fishing

Press release | November 4, 2014 at 9:53

Brussels/Amsterdam – Greenpeace is exposing today 20 of the most destructive fishing vessels operating under European flags, ownership or management [1], two months ahead of a European Union (EU) deadline to end overfishing [2]. All 20 vessels...

Four reasons to be optimistic despite modest EU climate goals

Blog entry by Joris den Blanken | October 30, 2014

Last week, the EU agreed its 2030 targets for emission cuts, energy savings and clean energy. Greenpeace has been clear in its assessment : the level of emission cuts is inadequate, and the deal risks slowing down Europe’s clean...

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