All the latest reports and publications from Greenpeace's EU Unit
This study, conducted for Greenpeace and WWF-UK by Dutch laboratory TNO, analysed blood samples donated by a number of women and confirmed that hazardous chemicals are unwittingly passed from mother to child.
On 20 May 2005 European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) delivered a positive opinion on Syngenta’s application for insectresistant genetically modified (GM) maize Bt11. The notifier claims that Bt11 will not be marketed for its herbicide tolerance,...
The power sector is at a crossroads - more than half of Europe’s aging operating power plants are over 20 years old. Over the next ten years the power sector will decide whether the new capacity will be fossil and nuclear fuels or the efficient...
This report presents Greenpeace views on how the EU can guarantee a clean energy revolution in Europe, which will be a fundamental contribution in the global fight against climate change.
Greenpeace proposals to revolutionise high seas oceans governance
Can we live a modern life free of toxic chemicals? Can businesses still compete if they eliminate hazardous substances from their brands? Many major companies have asked themselves these questions and concluded that a toxics-free future is the...
Critical views and political recommendations on the FLEGT licensing scheme and partnership agreements.
OPen letter to Luxembourg prime minister, on "Tackling climate change and fulfilling the Lisbon strategy: a ‘win-win’ opportunity"
Europe is at a crucial time in its development of chemical policy and the European Commission has proposed what can be considered the most comprehensive system of chemicals regulation in the world.
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