EU-Mercosur trade deal: What does it mean for Brazil?
Brazil's environmental policies affect some of the world’s most important forests and can have a devastating effect on the traditional communities that live in and off them. This has a knock-on effect on the climate, our planet,...
The COVID recovery plan for Europe: Why MEPs are our last chance to make it work for the climate
The €1.8 trillion pandemic recovery plan and long-term budget deal agreed by EU heads of government on 21 July 2020, after nearly five days of haggling, is widely seen as a political and economic landmark. But from an...
COVID-19: Is Ghana’s government losing the battle?
With lockdown eased, preventing the spread of disease is shifts to individual responsibility.
Liberia and COVID: Reliable information needed
NGOs struggle to raise awareness in communities, and then struggle to get the information they need to be effective.
Compelling new evidence shows the EU’s entanglement with illegal deforestation for soy and cattle farming in Brazil
Since taking office in January 2019, President Jair Bolsonaro has waged a relentless campaign against Brazil’s environmental laws and the rights of its Indigenous Peoples.
This assault helped paved the way for the fires that tore...
Defensor del Pueblo Europeo: La Comisión Europea debe responder por haber ignorado los efectos del acuerdo comercial con América del Sur en los planos ambiental y social
El Defensor del Pueblo Europeo ha abierto una investigación sobre el acuerdo comercial de la Comisión Europea con el grupo de países sudamericanos del Mercado Común del Sur (Mercosur).
Esta da continuidad a una queja presentada...
COP26 must insist on the right solutions for people and nature
Climate urgency requires that Parties avoid the carbon market pitfalls and focus on protecting and restoring nature.
Black Lives Matter: Listening to those on the front-line
Fern has compiled a list of material on equity and inclusion, which helps inform and guide our work. We hope it will also benefit others.
Public debate on biomass reaches critical mass in the Netherlands
Public opposition to biomass burning is based on a variety of negative impacts.