Notícias e recursos
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
EU Trade Policy Day: people want a trade policy that tackles climate change
With significant adjustments, EU trade deals now being negotiated could help tackle climate change.
Could the palm oil arrangement between Indonesia and Switzerland offer lessons for EU and Indonesia free trade agreement negotiations?
The agreement innovates by linking tariff reductions to sustainability – but fails to integrate governance reform.
EU Watchdog points to Commission “maladministration” in Mercosur sustainability debacle
What is the point of an impact study carried out after the fact?
Response to the Forest Strategy consultation - A world of strong and healthy forests
Ursula von der Leyen is the first European Union (EU) Commission President to publicly recognise how important forests are to life on our planet. But with the climate crisis and biodiversity collapse looming, time is short to turn...
EU Commission reprimanded for failure to consider environmental, social impacts of South American trade deal
Environmental and human rights organisations have welcomed today’s European Ombudsman finding of maladministration by the Commission. It found that the Commission failed to complete a timely assessment of the social and...
EU Trade Policy Review lacks the teeth to make trade sustainable
The first trade and sustainable development dispute panel decision exposes the limits of sustainable development chapters in trade agreements.
Fern position on the EU-Mercosur agreement
This EU-Mercosur Free Trade Agreement will increase trade in the agricultural products that are the main drivers of deforestation in South America. This is opposite of what needs to happen for the EU to achieve its commitments to...
Measuring the impact of the EU-Mercosur Trade deal on land use, forests, and the people who depend on them.
Ultimately, the impacts of trade agreements reverberate in local communities, in the individual lives of women, men and children, and in the destruction of the unique areas of forest and habitats which surround them.