NGO recommendations on the future EU Regulation to address the forest, ecosystem, and human rights impacts associated with products placed on the EU market
The European Commission has committed to publish, in June 2021, a legislative proposal to minimise the risk of deforestation and forest degradation associated with products placed on the European Union (EU) market. This briefing...
Forest Watch 265 - May 2021
EU uses forests to reduce climate ambition as concerns grow about EU trade and deforestation links
NGOs across the globe urge European Commission to uphold commitments to FLEGT
Forest rich countries have invested time, energy, and resources in cleaning up their forest sector and have achieved important successes. NGOs have joined forces to tell the European Commission that the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Action Plan is more important than ever.
EU Trade Policy Day: people want a trade policy that tackles climate change
With significant adjustments, EU trade deals now being negotiated could help tackle climate change.
Forests and climate in the EU: trading pollution reduction for forest ambition
A patchy agreement on land-use carbon removal in new EU climate targets reduces EU climate ambition.
End the Cage Age
This letter was sent to Executive Vice-President Timmermans, Executive Vice-President Dombrovskis, Vice-President Jourová, Commissioner Kyriakides, and Commissioner Wojciechowski.
Ending the use of cages in animal farming
Subir el listón: reforzar el liderazgo de la UE en la protección del clima y de la biodiversidad, mediante el Plan de Acción FLEGT y las asociaciones forestales
En esta declaración se reúnen las perspectivas de organizaciones de la sociedad civil de Asia y el Pacífico, América, Europa y África Central y Occidental que tienen el compromiso de hacer frente a las principales amenazas para...
Liberia’s FLEGT process: EU to take away the “one glimmer of hope”?
The EU seems to be considering rewarding Liberia’s administrative foot-dragging by abandoning FLEGT – communities and CSOs fear the pillage of Liberia’s remaining forests.