Publications & Insight
News, Forest Watch
Estonia’s Environmental Board takes positive action to halt forest destruction
The Commission is pushing for a more meaningful take on EU environmental obligations.
News, NGO Statements
Civil Society calls on the EU and its Member States to strengthen the Proposed Regulation on Deforestation-Free Products
NGOs make 16 recommendations to the European Parliament and European Union (EU) Member States to preserve and improve the essential elements of the Commission’s proposal for a strong and ambitious EU anti-deforestation law.
EU enforcement is overdue: Destruction of Romania’s Natura 2000 primary and old-growth forests continues
Two years after the Commission initiated infringement proceedings, logging in Romania’s high biodiversity value forests is increasing.
Will a malfunctioning satellite spell trouble for forests?
Satellite monitoring is an increasingly important part of efforts to tackle deforestation, but what happens when satellites fail?
Is the EU poised to improve public financing of forest management?
If MEPs and Member States can withstand the bioenergy lobby’s onslaught, the Fit for 55 climate package could finally bring meaningful changes to the EU’s forest policies.
Sommet UE-Afrique : Il est temps de conclure un accord plus vert et plus équitable avec l'Afrique
Les besoins de ceux dont les vies mêmes seront les plus durement touchées par les changements climatiques et la perte de biodiversité doivent passer avant les intérêts économiques et géopolitiques.
Indigenous organisations tell European policy makers to respect their land rights, or new anti-deforestation legislation is likely to fail
The Regulation on deforestation-free products should be based on international law and standards rather than a patchwork of producer-country rules.