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.
Bolsonaro’s Brazil: A Pariah State?
Time overdue for the EU to end its role in Brazil’s environmental and social crimes
Hungarian Constitutional Court’s landmark ruling is a blow to intensive forest management practices
On June 2020, the Hungarian Constitutional Court improved the nature conservation and biodiversity objectives of forested Natura 2000 sites. Hungarian civil society organisations welcomed the decision and hope that it will improve...
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.
Repairing nature now, not tomorrow
The European Climate Law proposed by the European Commission outlines the path European Union (EU) Member States must follow to achieve carbon neutrality. Responding to the proposal, lead rapporteur in the European Parliament, Jytte Guteland, has put forward ambitious targets for emissions reductions, but the strategy to absorb emissions remains shaky.
AUMENTO DO DESMATAMENTO DA AMAZÔNIA INCITA AÇÃO DA EUROPA
O Brasil entrou em tempos incertos.
A renúncia de dois ministros da saúde e a do ministro da justiça, ocorridas no período do mês passado, transtornaram o governo do presidente Jair Bolsonaro, ao mesmo tempo em que cresce a...
Pushing EU trade in the right direction?
Perrine Fournier analyses the French-Dutch call for making trade more sustainable in EU free trade agreements.
Sweden: taking forestry back to the future
Sweden’s old growth and natural forests have been decimated in favour of monoculture plantations. But a new project might be the catalyst for revitalising the country’s forests, says Eva-Lotta Hultén.
Cocoa: why the European Union must act now to eliminate deforestation and child labour from the chocolate we love
European countries are the world’s largest importers of the cocoa beans whose production is devastating rainforests in West Africa and driving millions of children into child labour. To prevent this, chocolate companies and NGOs...