Publications & Insight
Brazil’s “Poison Package” laws set to facilitate greater pesticide use
Despite the concerns of many about the devastating effect that pesticides can have on bees and biodiversity generally, the EU continues to engage in this toxic trade.
OPEN LETTER: CALL TO UPHOLD STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS FOR TRACEABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IN FORTHCOMING EU REGULATION
Ahead of your meeting on 17 March we would like to bring to your attention key issues which have recently been raised by the soya industry in their response to the proposed EU Regulation on deforestation-free products. The current...
News, NGO Statements
Civil Society calls on the EU and its Member States to strengthen the Proposed Regulation on Deforestation-Free Products
NGOs make 16 recommendations to the European Parliament and European Union (EU) Member States to preserve and improve the essential elements of the Commission’s proposal for a strong and ambitious EU anti-deforestation law.
Will a malfunctioning satellite spell trouble for forests?
Satellite monitoring is an increasingly important part of efforts to tackle deforestation, but what happens when satellites fail?
Indigenous organisations tell European policy makers to respect their land rights, or new anti-deforestation legislation is likely to fail
The Regulation on deforestation-free products should be based on international law and standards rather than a patchwork of producer-country rules.
A Deforestation and Rights Observatory
A case study from Brazil
How the European Union can best integrate deforestation and rights violations data in its regulatory proposals
What can the EU Forest and Rights Observatory learn from Brazil?
An EU Forest Observatory could play an important role in monitoring deforestation, human rights violations, and land use in supply chains of products and commodities such as soybeans and beef.
This summary report looks at what can be learnt from Brazil’s efforts and concludes with recommendations for the EU, including how to enforce the future Regulation on deforestation-free products.
The EU Observatory's role in tackling global deforestation and human rights violations
What we can learn from Brazil
Due diligence in the UK is coming down to the devilish details
The public still have time to insist on bold UK action to protect and restore forests worldwide.