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Putting climate action at the heart of the European energy union

Publication | February 20, 2015 at 11:58

On 25 February the European Commission is expected to release its plan for a European energy union. This non-legislative document will set out the Commission’s proposed priorities for EU energy and climate policy over the next two years.

EU fisheries policy implementation

Publication | February 11, 2015 at 13:12

The CFP, recently reformed in 2014, requires European countries to end overfishing, to better manage their national fishing fleets and to promote a shift towards selective and low-impact fishing methods. The new CFP has delivered substantial...

Open letter to the Commission on new genetic engineering methods

Publication | January 27, 2015 at 16:06

A coalition of eight NGOs wrote to EU Commissioner Andriukaitis flagging their concerns that the European Commission might consider exempting new genetic engineering techniques from GM rules. The signatories called on the Commission to reject any...

Why Europe's low impact fishermen should get more quotas

Blog entry by Nina Thuellen | January 27, 2015

During the last five years, hundreds of thousands of you joined us in calling on Europe's politicians to both protect our seas from overfishing and to create new laws that support fair and sustainable fishing. And together, we did...

Three Danish fishermen convicted of pirate fishing

Blog entry by Hanne Lyng Winter, Greenpeace Nordic campaigner | January 15, 2015

In August 2010  Greenpeace revealed  how five fishermen from the Danish fishing port of Gilleleje had been fishing for more than five months in an area totally closed for fishing. By using GPS trackers, Greenpeace proved several...

EU Parliament to adopt new GM crop national opt-out law

Publication | January 12, 2015 at 12:17

MEDIA BRIEFING - On Tuesday, the European Parliament is expected to adopt a new law allowing EU countries to ban the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops. The law is expected to come into force in the coming weeks, after rubberstamping...

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