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Commission green light for Paks state aid ignores Orbán takeover of nuclear regulator

Press release | March 6, 2017 at 13:00

Brussels - The European Commission has given a green light to state subsidies for the construction of the Paks II nuclear power plant in Hungary. The decision is irresponsible and ignores prime minister Viktor Orbán’s takeover of Hungary’s...

Over 150 civil society groups call for reform of European agricultural policies

Press release | March 6, 2017 at 10:41

Brussels – Over 150 European civil society organisations representing environmental and social justice networks, organic farmers, pastoralists, peasants, sustainable forestry groups, health groups, animal welfare organisations, consumer rights...

Lacklustre drive for renewables threatens energy transition

Press release | February 27, 2017 at 10:08

Brussels – The energy package being discussed by EU energy ministers today could endanger the transition to renewable energy and falls well below the action needed, warned Greenpeace. The “Clean Energy for All” package is meant to be the main set...

CETA: MEPs put European Parliament on the wrong side of history

Press release | February 15, 2017 at 9:55

Strasbourg/Brussels – Support for the controversial EU-Canada trade and investment protection deal – known as CETA – puts the European Parliament on the wrong side of history, warned Greenpeace.

Activists keep justice afloat as CETA threatens to sink democracy

Press release | February 15, 2017 at 8:46

Strasbourg/Brussels – Eleven activists kept a sinking statue of lady justice afloat in the icy waters surrounding the European Parliament in Strasbourg, ahead of a crucial vote on a controversial EU-Canada trade and investment protection deal.

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