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Energy ministers delay reform of EU biofuel rules

Press release | December 12, 2013 at 12:06

Brussels – Energy ministers meeting in Brussels today increased EU biofuel policy uncertainty by delaying its reform. In doing so, they are failing in their duty to fix a policy which has a heavy toll on forests, climate and food security,...

European Parliament fails to ban destructive deep-sea fisheries and prevent overfishing

Press release | December 10, 2013 at 12:05

Brussels/Strasbourg – The European Parliament today rejected a phase-out of deep-sea bottom trawling and gillnetting, but endorsed other measures to reform some of the rules that govern deep-sea fishing. The Parliament also approved a fisheries...

Warning: temporary carbon market fix will not solve EU’s climate challenge

Press release | December 10, 2013 at 10:54

Brussels – Greenpeace welcomed the European Parliament’s final approval today of the ‘backloading’ proposal to temporarily curb the oversupply of allowances in the EU carbon market. However, this will only have a short-term impact. In fact, as...

Germany seizes Congolese wood in strongest EU action yet against illegal timber trade

Press release | November 27, 2013 at 11:00

Brussels/Berlin/Kinshasa – German authorities have seized two batches of illegal timber from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The seizure is the strongest case of enforcement of an EU law banning the trade in illegally sourced timber which...

EU seals bad deal to limit climate impact of cars

Press release | November 26, 2013 at 18:31

Brussels – Negotiators from the European Parliament, the Lithuanian EU presidency and the European Commission agreed today to further dilute the EU’s carbon emission standards for cars, after Germany managed to derail a previous compromise...

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