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GM not the answer – straight from the farmers’ mouth

Press release | October 15, 2009 at 0:00

Farmers are bringing the issue of genetically modified (GM) crop contamination right to the Commission’s front doorstep today. They are meeting European Commissioner for health, Androulla Vassiliou, and joining Greenpeace in handing over a...

Commission falls between two stools on financing for low carbon technologies

Press release | October 7, 2009 at 12:57

The European Commission has proposed increased and coordinated funding to develop a greener energy sector, but has failed to deliver a consistent strategy to achieve this objective, said Greenpeace today following the release of an EU proposal...

Mediterranean nations defer EU decision on bluefin tuna trade ban

Press release | September 21, 2009 at 0:00

Opposition from Mediterranean governments at a meeting of EU national representatives in Brussels today has postponed a decision on whether to place bluefin tuna on an endangered species list and effectively ban its trade. EU environment...

EU-backed emergency climate fund raises the stakes for G20

Press release | September 17, 2009 at 0:00

As world leaders prepare to attend the G20 meeting in Pittsburgh next week, EU leaders have called, at an extraordinary Summit tonight, for emergency funding to allow developing countries prepare for climate action. European heads of state and...

Seven green jobs for every job lost in dirty energy sectors

Press release | September 14, 2009 at 0:00

Investment in renewables and energy efficiency would create seven times more green jobs over the next ten years than would be lost in the coal and nuclear sectors in Europe, according to a report launched today by Greenpeace and the European...

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