The EU has agreed on a long-term goal of achieving “negative emissions” – pulling more carbon out of the atmosphere than it puts in.
Concerned residents of Tartu, Estonia, have pulled off a rare victory: Estonia’s government has announced it will end the national planning procedure for a proposed “biorefinery” (pulp mill) developed by Est-For Invest OU (FW
Indigenous leaders and human rights activists from Liberia, Indonesia and Colombia will come to Brussels on June 29 to deliver a petition
A new report released today by Fern and Forest Trends finds that the onus is on governments in both f
The EU’s new bioenergy policy is driven by vested interests not evidence, writes Linde Zuidema.
The Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU, Fern, and Mighty Earth, are organising a discussion on the topic of ‘Soya and deforestation in Latin America: an avoidable crisis.
Forest Watch Special, FLEGT-VPA Update June 2018
In May 2018, the Council of the EU adopted a new LULUCF Regulation,
The President of the European Commission, Jean Claude Juncker, has turned down a meeting to receive a petition,