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EU 2030 targets just an opening bid – more carbon cuts required ahead of Paris summit

Press release | October 28, 2014 at 17:10

Luxembourg/Brussels - The EU must step up its carbon target ahead of the climate summit in Paris in December 2015, said Greenpeace commenting on today’s environment Council. Environment ministers met to agree the EU’s position for the...

EU leaders pull handbrake on clean energy

Press release | October 24, 2014 at 1:59

Brussels – Despite considerable opposition by some governments, in the early hours of Friday morning EU leaders agreed three targets for carbon emission reductions, renewable energy and energy efficiency for 2030. But these targets are too low,...

Concerns remain over Juncker Commission’s commitment to environment

Press release | October 22, 2014 at 14:17

With today’s vote by the European Parliament a new political phase begins in the European Union. The Green 10 alliance of leading environmental organisations calls on President Juncker and his team of Commissioners to give European citizens, and...

Red card to Sri Lanka: European Commission announces severe fisheries trade sanctions

Press release | October 14, 2014 at 12:25

Brussels – Greenpeace welcomed today’s announcement by the European Commission that it will take a tougher stance against the government of Sri Lanka for its failure to co-operate in the global fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated...

Ministers flounder newly reformed EU fishing rules

Press release | October 13, 2014 at 21:59

Brussels - Today’s decision by the EU Fisheries Council on fishing quotas in the Baltic Sea violates the EU’s agreed objective of halting the overexploitation of stocks by 2015, said Greenpeace.

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