All the latest reports and publications from Greenpeace's EU Unit
This report, based on the efforts of two leading environmental policy insitutes, shows that the cost-efficient potential for further emission reductions, towards a 30 percent climate target, is unevenly spread across the 27 EU Member States.
Greenpeace's demands of the 2011 Polish EU presidency, focusing on fisheries, climate, energy and agriculture.
A report revealing how, despite promoting a green image, VW is opposing climate policies needed to drive cleaner technology in the car sector, save drivers money and help reduce Europe's dependence on oil.
Thirteen two-page factsheets on the need for CAP reform, endorsed by a wide coalition of organisations.
A concise briefing on the major problems with genetically modified crops and why they are no solution to the problems of food security, climate change and biodiversity loss.
This briefing explains why the genetically modified (GM) crops Bt11, 1507, MON810 and NK603, pending for authorisation to be cultivated in Europe, have to be sent back to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for a rigorous completion of...
Industrial pollution is a severe threat to water resources around the world, particularly in the Global South where the view prevails that pollution is the price to pay for progress. The only way to address these hidden dangers in our water is...
The business argument for increasing Europe's climate target, in a concise 3 page document.
A four page briefing unravelling common industry myths against a higher climate target in Europe.
A 2 page briefing on the impact of 'mega-trawlers' in African waters and the need for CFP reform. Designed for a visit of African fishermen to Brussels in Spring 2011.
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