Publications & Insight
Rescuing Cameroon’s Ebo forest could provide testing ground for local land use solutions
Donors should take note of well-considered alternative to forest conversion.
EU Climate Law report remains dangerously vague on the role of ‘negative emissions’
Positive elements in the new Draft report must not be thwarted by over-reliance on ‘negative emissions’.
Danish state aid case illustrates Commission’s biomass blind spot
Consideration of bioenergy’s external costs is fundamental for assessing compatibility of state aid.
Germany’s Corona EU Presidency – what impact on the world’s forests?
Germany has a chance to raise climate ambition and shape three important relationships.
EU Trade to consider action to improve the environment and human rights
The push to adopt enforceable sustainability measures, starting with the cocoa sector, is gaining momentum in DG Trade.
Europe’s Rich and Threatened Forest Biodiversity
This photo story reveals the beauty of European forest biodiversity and why it is so important for EU climate goals.
Photographs by Karl Adami.
Fern soutient le mouvement Black Lives Matter dans son combat pour la justice
La vision de Fern est celle d’un monde où la justice environnementale, économique et sociale est pleinement respectée à tous les niveaux. A cet effet, nous œuvrons aux côtés de nos partenaires pour lever le voile sur...
The EU-Mercosur trade agreement: What is it, and what could it mean for forests and human rights?
In June 2019 the European Union (EU) and Mercosur (Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay) announced that they had reached an ‘in principle’ agreement on the content of a bilateral trade agreement which they had been negotiating,...