As usual for this time of year, EU fisheries ministers are about to start haggling over fishing limits. Starting next week, the Fisheries Council will be deciding on the total allowable catches for most fish stocks in European waters for 2015/2016.
Greenpeace’s report "Tied down: Why Europe’s energy giants want to keep us hooked on imported fossil fuels", shows Europe’s eight biggest power companies rely on imports for a third of their revenue from EU sales of power and gas. In 2011, they...
That's the question lawyers were arguing about in Luxembourg last week. It is a case where Greenpeace is challenging the approval of up to €1.6 billion in aid to Spain's coal industry.
Spain is a poster child for clean energy. It...
In three short weeks, on 23 and 24 October, Europe’s political leaders meet in Brussels to agree on a European energy policy that will last for decades to come.
These politicians are under pressure, especially after the climate...
This letter was addressed by Greenpeace EU and WWF to European Commission Vice-President Günther Oettinger on 1 October 2014, expressing concern that a planned review of costs and subsidies in the energy sector could be delayed beyond his term as...
State aid to the Hinckley Point C new nuclear power station – violation of Article 8 (1) of Directive 2009/72/EC – incompatibility with the internal market.
This policy paper, prepared by CAN Europe, WWF and Greenpeace, evaluates the investment support and solidarity mechanisms currently in operation as part of the EU’s 2020 climate and energy package.
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