All the latest reports and publications from Greenpeace's EU Unit
Greenpeace hired independent consultants to analyse the results of 'stress tests' carried out on nuclear plants in Europe. They came to some alarming conclusions, summarised in this briefing.
Fisheries ministers in the European Union have been entrusted to work with the European Parliament to chart a new path for EU fisheries management that breaks with decades of short-sighted overexploitation of our seas and recovers fish...
This Greenpeace / WWF report assesses the causes of the EU carbon market crunch and recommends policy options to repair it.
75% of European fish stocks are overexploited and almost one-third of fishing jobs in Europe have been lost in the last decade alone. This is the result of 30 years of mismanagement. You have been entrusted to work with the...
This briefing demonstrates that Poland’s coal-dependence is not a given, but a result of misguided energy policies and neglected opportunities to foster investment in energy efficiency and clean energy.
Greenpeace commissioned an independent expert to calculate the cost savings that drivers in 15 European states can expect if EU fuel efficiency legislation is implemented as-is, and if it is improved. This briefing accompanies the research to...
A joint statement by environment and health NGOs on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) for shale gas, shale oil and coal bed methane (CBM) in Europe.
Greenpeace and Oceans2012 set out their vision for a five point plan for a successful reform of the EU Common Fisheries Policy.
The size and capacity of the EU fleet is estimated to be 2 to 3 times above the sustainable level in a number of fisheries, according to European Commission figures.1 This overcapacity drives overfishing, causing environmental harm and making the...
A concise two page briefing on the European Citizens' Initiative.
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