Notícias e recursos
A brief guide to the European Union
What is the European Union (EU), how does it work and, most importantly how can activists, civil society representatives and NGOs influence EU decisions and policies?
These are the questions answered by our new EU guide, written...
Pandemics, pets & packaging: why paper reduction needs to be at the forefront of forest campaigners’ minds
By Luisa Colasimone, Coordinator, Environmental Paper Network International
I would have never imagined that a pandemic would reveal the difficulties of reconciling my love of pets with my love for forests.
As the happy roommate...
Why bioenergy is not a climate solution
Tackling the climate crisis requires sustainable, just solutions. Burning wood that comes directly from the forest (primary forest biomass) releases vast emissions. Yet the industry has boomed in the last decade, leading...
What to expect when you’re forest campaigning: Upcoming EU Forest policy developments
Julia Christian, Fern’s host of the Forest Movement Europe
If it weren’t for the pandemic, this week would have seen forest activists from across Europe getting together in southern France to celebrate 30+ years of the Forest...
Forest Watch 266 - June 2021
The EU delays two legislative proposals on deforestation, meanwhile due diligence moves forward
Restoring nature, protecting biodiversity: We cannot wait until it’s all over
To act or not to act: The European Parliament heard the ENVI Committee’s call for effective action to support nature; the Commission would like to keep thinking, and measuring.
Revising RED: The absurdity of burning trees as ‘zero carbon’ must end
Forestry and bioenergy industries are piling on pressure to preserve lucrative bioenergy subsidies. In its upcoming RED proposal, the Commission must stand up to them, for all our sakes.
Mercosur throws a spanner in the EU trade works
Trade ministers cannot see eye to eye when the EU-Mercosur agreement is in the picture