ClientEarth has joined over 100 environmental organisations in writing to members of the European Parliament (MEPs), urging them to vote to maintain the ban on subsidies for the construction of new fishing vessels which has existed in the EU since 2004.
- Fisheries laws must continue to tackle overfishing after Brexit
- Many 2017 fishing limits set too high as ministers largely ignore science
The commission published a report on the application of Regulation 1185/2009 concerning statistics on pesticides. Analysis by Ludwig Kramer.
Companies which make zero-deforestation commitments, but don’t take any action, could be held legally accountable under EU consumer protection law.
The Ombudsman’s letter to the Council demonstrates a structured approach to the question of institutional transparency and demands answers to some significant questions on the Council’s current practice.
ClientEarth has triggered an examination of State aid given to polluting Bulgarian coal power plants by submitting a complaint to the EU Commission.
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