Publications & Insight
German forests: Climate change is not the only problem
Poor forest management also needs to shoulder some of the blame.
NGOs ask the new European Commission to act boldly against illegal logging and forest destruction
Tropical forests consumed by fire and colossal hurricanes show that the time for half-measures to address climate change and forest destruction is long past.
New Commission Communication opens door to regulation of the products that destroy our forests
Council and Parliament urged to get involved to fix oversights and reinforce ambition in new forest Communication.
The proposed Mercosur deal throws fuel on the Amazon fires
Hope remains: the deal can still be rejected, as a first step toward requiring that companies and consumers do better.
Europeans must face their own role in the destruction of the Amazon
Images of the Amazon burning have caused global alarm. They have also, say observers, triggered a response unparalleled in the history of the politics around climate change: the setting of international red lines on environmental destruction.
Healthy forests = equitable livelihoods, inclusive development and a resilient climate
This briefing endorsed by Client Earth, the Environmental Investigation Agency, Fern, Forest Peoples Programme, and Transparency International details what the EU can do to ensure that healthy forests contribute to local...
Why the European Union must halt free trade negotiations with Brazil
Sonia Guajajara, spokesperson of Brazilian Indigenous Peoples, explains the threats they currently face and ask the EU to support their struggles.
How to stop trade agreements from damaging forests and peoples' rights
The EU has made strong commitments to mitigate climate change, stop deforestation and respect human rights, including community rights to land. But they are at risk being undermined by trade agreements the EU is currently...