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Press release | January 23, 2008 at 0:00

Brussels, Belgium — With the release of its climate and energy package of new EU laws today, the European Commission has made a good but faltering start, according to Greenpeace. This package introduces a number of necessary policy overhauls in...

Car industry's green claims a fairy tale says Greenpeace

Press release | January 17, 2008 at 0:00

Brussels, Belgium — As automobile shows opened in Brussels and Vienna today, Greenpeace challenged the European car manufacturers to stop undermining a European proposal for more fuel efficient cars, and instead take real action to lower the...

Leaked Commission report burns a hole in EU biofuels target

Press release | January 17, 2008 at 0:00

Brussels, Belgium — Only days before the European Commission is due to release its climate and energy package, an internal EU report obtained by Greenpeace shows that the Commission is about to ignore its own recommendations on biofuels, raising...

Commission car emissions proposal fails climate challenge

Press release | December 19, 2007 at 0:00

Brussels, Belgium — In a long-awaited proposal, presented today, for curbing global warming pollution from new cars, the European Commission has relegated climate change to the back seat and granted major concessions to the car industry, said...

European Fisheries Council: An Ocean of missed opportunity

Press release | December 19, 2007 at 0:00

Brussels, Belgium — Europe's fisheries ministers have once again missed an opportunity to respond to the fish stock crisis in Europe's seas by ignoring scientific advice to significantly cut fishing quotas, Greenpeace said today.

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