All the latest reports and publications from Greenpeace's EU Unit
Greenpeace demands of the Hungarian EU Presidency 2011
A new study analyses the likely impacts on land use and
greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of biofuel use by 2020, as
projected in recently published National Renewable Energy
Action Plans (NREAPs) in 23 EU member states. The analysis
Member States should be aware of significant and potentially costly omissions from the European Commission’s proposed Euratom directive, to be delivered by Commissioner Oettinger on 3 November 2010. The risk is that a sub-standard Commission...
Greenpeace EU’s independent report demonstrates that if the EU set a series of progressive CO2 emission standards for cars and vans up to 2030, oil consumption in Europe would fall by eight percent by 2030, compared to business as usual. This...
European leaders are being misled over the safety of underground disposal of highly dangerous nuclear waste which could poison groundwaters for centuries, a new study concludes.
Many of Europe's fishing fleets have the capacity to fish two to three times more than the sustainable level. This overcapacity has led to the current dire state of European fisheries. In European waters, the level of overfishing is higher than...
One of the biggest threats facing the world’s
oceans today is overfishing. The UN Food &
Agriculture Organisation (FAO) estimates that
over 75% of all fish stocks are fully exploited,
overexploited or depleted. In European waters,
Does the Energy [R]evolution path to a 100% renewable energy future measure up to other EU energy roadmaps? This interactive tool allows you to compare the Energy [R]evolution report 2010 and other recently published EU energy roadmaps.
This briefing illustrates why - for now, and for the coming hundreds of thousands of years - the nuclear waste problem is here to stay and why we should stop wasting our time with nuclear power.
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