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A Potential Game-Changer
for Business and the Planet
The EU has the opportunity to hold companies accountable for their environmental harm.
The EU is not on track
for a sustainable blue future
WWF analyses of 17 coastal Member States' maritime strategies reveal none are on course to meet EU climate and nature goals.
WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
The European Policy Office contributes to this by advocating for strong EU environmental policies on sustainable development, nature conservation, climate and energy, marine protection, sustainable finance and external action.
23 Mar 2023
Biggest Hour for Earth: WWF Earth Hour shines light on nature restoration
On 25 March, millions of people around the world will celebrate Earth Hour, the world’s largest ...
21 Mar 2023
Bell tolls for Doñana: Amnesty for illegal farms would flout EU rules
On the eve of World Water Day, and as the United Nations kicks off its Water Conference in New York ...
20 Mar 2023
EU bioenergy policy: debunking the myths on forest biomass
Bioenergy has a role to play in tackling climate change. But only if it provides significant and ...
13 Mar 2023
Recommendations for the EU’s Green Deal Industrial Plan
WWF, Birdlife International, CAN Europe, European Environmental Bureau, E3G, New Economics ...