Developed countries, in their search for ever cheaper timber products are fuelling the drive for cheap timber and thus provide the financial incentive for robber barons to continue their destruction across the world’s last ancient forests.
This report provides evidence based on existing EPR programmes and anticipated EPR legislation, that EPR laws – both those mandating substance bans and setting re-use/recycling targets – do indeed prompt positive product design change.
This study shows that Individual Producer Responsibility (IPR) as set up in the European Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive can “make the market work for the environment”. However, the inadequate transposition of the...
Greenpeace responses to the questions on transparency and interest representation.
Lessons learned for EU policy
Case studies and lessons learnt from the European Food Safety Authority's risk assessment of applications for genetically modified organisms.
The fishery for bluefin tuna is one of the most valuable in the Mediterranean. In ancient Rome, tuna fishing and salting were two of the empire's most stable industries.
REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) has become one of the most intensely lobbied pieces of legislation in EU history. This investigative report from Greenpeace shows how vested interests sought to first delay, attack...
This report collates the findings of a number of peer-reviewed scientific studies of recent years. Together, the studies show for the first time a comprehensive picture of an increase in reproductive health disorders, mirroring the rising...
ALTER-EU Media Briefing
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