Sweden’s forest crimes

By |februar 26th, 2020|Biodiversity, bioenergy, Birds and Habitats Directives, deforestation, forestry, habitats directive, News, Sweden, timber, timber regulation, wood|

Sweden presents itself as a global torchbearer on the environment, but its forest policy is wreaking havoc. The EU must act to stop it, say five European NGOs.

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How frontier research could be the answer to a more sustainable future

By |december 28th, 2019|Biodiversity, demography, European Research Council, Frontier Research, Health, medicine, News, Renewable energies|

More frequent extreme weather events, increasing political nationalism and growing economic inequality are making climate progress harder to achieve. EURACTIV looked at the work of four frontier researchers to explore how a more sustainable future could look like. // “Education...

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CAP reform: harnessing the power of innovation for a greener EU agriculture

By |december 20th, 2019|big data, Biodiversity, bioeconomy, CAP, CAP reform, climate, EU budget, European Parliament, News, Pesticides, Poland, smart farming|

Agriculture in the European Union after 2020 must be encouraged to adopt innovative tools to meet growing environmental challenges, but this requires modernisation, money and knowledge, EURACTIV Poland reports.

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With a ‘Farm to Fork’ Strategy on the cards, is the EU finally listening to its citizens?

By |december 10th, 2019|Biodiversity, EU Food Policy, F2F, Farm to Fork, News|

The Farm to Fork strategy will reveal whether the new Commission is ready to overhaul some of the EU’s most unsustainable policies and the vested interests behind them but leaked drafts suggest that it will not be truly systemic and...

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Europe’s environment ‘at a tipping point’, EU agency says

By |december 4th, 2019|2030 climate and energy targets, 2050 climate strategy, Biodiversity, European Environment Agency, News|

Europe faces environmental challenges “of unprecedented scale and urgency,” according to a comprehensive overview of air, land and water ecosystems published on Wednesday (4 December) by the European Environment Agency.

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Devastating marks for Europe’s environment policies

By |december 4th, 2019|Biodiversity, European Environment Agency, News|

The verdict of the EEA’s “State of the Environment Report 2020” is scathing. But if we get it right, the European Green Deal can provide us with a unique opportunity to turn the tide, writes Ester Asin.

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COP25 will determine climate’s ‘crucial’ year

By |november 25th, 2019|article 6, Biodiversity, COP25, EU climate targets, green deal, IDDRI, Madrid, News, Paris Climate Agreement|

This year's COP25, which takes place in Madrid in December, will be the start of a crucial year for the environment. By next March, the EU needs to fine-tune its Green Deal and by the end of 2020, China and India will have to be able to anchor themselv...

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Only 1.5% of France’s waters are truly protected, expert says

By |oktober 29th, 2019|Biodiversity, fishing, France, France Nature Environnement, marine, marine protected areas, national marine protected areas congress, News|

To what degree are French waters genuinely protected? In an interview with EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'Environnement, conducted after the fourth National Marine Protected Areas Congress (23-24 October), Élodie Martinie-Cousty of the France Nature Environnement (FNE) explained the situation.

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Electric fishing kills 57% of the seabed’s population, study reveals

By |oktober 17th, 2019|Biodiversity, Bloom, Cefas, electric fishing, fishing, News, pulse fishing, seabed, United Kingdom|

The UK's Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science is due to publish a study according to which pulse trawling, also known as electric fishing, kills off more than half of the seabed species, while traditional fishing methods only impac...

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Agricultural sector should focus on achieving greater yield stability, experts say

By |oktober 1st, 2019|agricultural sector, Biodiversity, CAP, common agricultural policy, direct payments, environment, farmers, Germany, News, Nutrition and health, plant protection products|

Ever since the European Commission presented its proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy for 2021, negotiations have been slow. And there is still no agreement on issues related to the environment or innovation. EURACTIV Germany takes stock of a w...

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