Publications & Insight
Letting trees age: an effective climate strategy
French forests are currently at a crossroads. Ever since the 2007 Grenelle Environment Forum, France, like many European countries, has allowed industrial wood energy projects to proliferate. Now the urgent need to deal with the...
Provedor de Justiça Europeu: Comissão precisará responder por que não considerou os impactos ambientais e sociais do acordo comercial sul-americano
O Provedor de Justiça Europeu abriu um inquérito sobre o acordo comercial da Comissão da União Europeia com o grupo "Mercosul" de países da América do Sul.
O inquérito foi aberto em resposta a uma queixa apresentada por diversas...
Forest Watch 257 - July 2020
Is burning biomass finished in the Netherlands, Indonesia-EU trade and more…
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.
Black Lives Matter: Listening to those on the front-line
Fern has compiled a list of material on equity and inclusion, which helps inform and guide our work. We hope it will also benefit others.
Public debate on biomass reaches critical mass in the Netherlands
Public opposition to biomass burning is based on a variety of negative impacts.
An update on the Indonesia-EU trade agreement
Indonesia and EU negotiators are continuing trade discussions. The EU must ensure respect for human rights and environment.
As the EU moves towards due diligence in supply chains, can we ensure communities are heard?
Can momentum for cleaning up the EU’s supply chains avoid reinforcing the injustices that helped to cause the problem?
Ending imported destruction: How EU due diligence regulations could protect forests and people
Read the full report of the event
Fern and the Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) Working Group of the European Parliament, a cross-party group of Members if the European Parliament (MEPs), co-organised the event to discuss...