Publications & Insight
Vested interests in Ukraine are grabbing the chance to relax inconvenient environmental controls
NGOs hope the EU Rebuild Ukraine Facility will help stop the harm to Ukraine’s environment
LULUCF: A Clear Steer for Increased Ambition, but far from original hopes
In its latest vote on Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Forestry, the European Parliament endorsed a higher target for the amount of carbon dioxide that should be removed from EU land. The vote also acknowledged the importance of...
Expert meeting on the EU Regulation on deforestation-free products
Tuesday 24 May, 17:30 - 20:30 (Brussels - CET)
- At Press Club Brussels Europe (in person, from 17:30) - Online (starting from 18:00)
The proposed EU Regulation on deforestation-free products aims to...
Historic vote on no longer burning trees for energy needs to be defended
For the first time, a major EU regulatory body has concluded that one of the EU’s most climate-wrecking policies of the last decade - incentivising the burning of forests in the name of renewable energy - has to stop.
Forum sur la Gouvernance Forestière - Mai 2022
Le mardi 24 mai 2022 à 09h30 – 11h00 (UTC+1), rejoignez-nous pour l’évènement de Fern S’appuyer sur la COP26 pour promouvoir une action climatique inclusive et ambitieuse, au 13ème Forum sur la Gouvernance Forestière (FGF) à...
Keeping bioenergy out of REPower EU
Letter sent to President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, Executive Vice President for the Green Deal Frans Timmermans, and EU Commissioners Janusz Wojciechowski, Kadri Simson, Stella Kyriakides and Virginijus...
Forest Watch 275 - May 2022
The EU’s opportunities to tackle climate change ... and Brazil’s plans for the Amazon
Blogs, Forest Watch
Forests and Indigenous land rights will be key in Brazil’s upcoming general election
Pierre-Jean Sol Brasier’s visit to Brazil offers insights about the stakes of the path to be chosen next October.
News, Forest Watch
European biomass industry confirms it is burning large amounts of “low-quality stemwood” (tree trunks)
The world’s climate and biodiversity are in a perilous state; there is no time to waste: the EU must ensure the revised Renewable Energy Directive discourages forest destruction.