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
The EU’s new bioenergy policy is driven by vested interests not evidence, writes Linde Zuidema.
Polish ecologists are greeting recent improvements in Poland’s political posture toward the European Union and to Białowieża forest with hope – and a measure of scepticism as to how deep Poland’s new willingness to oblige runs.
The EU’s new LULUCF Regulation: is it fit for (climate) purpose?
Spurred on by a wave of food scandals - as well as rising consumer anxieties over the environment and animal welfare - major
“The Time is now: rural and urban activists transforming women's lives.”
A revolution is unfolding in the foothills of the Himalayas: trees are coming back to areas run by communities.
Fern is deeply concerned with the looting of Rencontre pour la Paix et les Droits de l’Homme (RPDH) offices in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo, on 9 March, 2018. RPDH has been working on human rights issues and natural resource governance in the Republic of Congo for many years.