This newspaper style publication is available in hard copy from firstname.lastname@example.org. It outlines the history of Export Credit Agencies' support for the nuclear industry and concludes by deta
Released at the same time as Fern's new report Stolen Goods, this press release reveals that almost a quarter of the world trade in agricultural goods produced on land illegally cleared of forest is destined for the EU; the Netherlands, Italy, Germany
This press release exposes the flaws in the airline industry’s plans to offset its carbon emissions. It is also available in German.
The UK’s biggest power station Drax can continue destroying forests and releasing greenhouse gas emissions at the taxpayer’s expense, after the European Commission today approved millions of pounds of additional UK renewable ene
The draft report released on June 7 on bioenergy sustainability criteria by Environmental committee (ENVI) rapporteur MEP
Today, the European Parliament took one step forward and two steps back for the climate and forests.
The European Parliament’s Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) Committee today voted to increase removals of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by forests from 2030 onwards, recognising the important role that EU forests will play in reaching the Paris Agreement’s target of limiting
EU Environment ministers today bowed to pressure from a small nucleus of nations led by Finland, and opted for damaging new carbon accounting rules on land and forests (known as the LULUCF Regulation).
Press release highlighting the FERN report EU Ecolabel allows forest destruction – the case of Pindo Deli. The report adds weight to the argument that the EU Ecolabel for forest products has proven itself unworthy, been bypassed by Member States’ purcha