The financial sector must consider climate risks

At Climate Finance Day in Paris, key financial players stressed the need to move to a low carbon economy.

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The financial sector must consider climate risks

At Climate Finance Day in Paris, key financial players stressed the need to move to a low carbon economy.

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Forest conversion: What does the Congolese law say?

What does the law say about converting forest to other uses in Congo-Brazzaville?

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Forest conversion: What does the Congolese law say?

What does the law say about converting forest to other uses in Congo-Brazzaville?

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Last chance to make sure Trade Secrets Directive protects people and planet

Brussels has a final chance to protect our health and environment by improving the Trade Secrets Directive.

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Last chance to make sure Trade Secrets Directive protects people and planet

Brussels has a final chance to protect our health and environment by improving the Trade Secrets Directive.

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Two chances to celebrate biodiversity in two days

It has been a busy week for the biodiversity minded. Yesterday was Natura2000 day, which celebrated the network of protected areas covering eighteen per cent of land in Europe, followed by International Day of Biological Diversity today.

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Two chances to celebrate biodiversity in two days

It has been a busy week for the biodiversity minded. Yesterday was Natura2000 day, which celebrated the network of protected areas covering eighteen per cent of land in Europe, followed by International Day of Biological Diversity today.

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Regional workshop in Brazzaville: Looking back to go forwards

We went to Brazzaville to talk about our project on forest governance with partners from Gabon, Ghana and the Republic of Congo – find out what happened.

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Regional workshop in Brazzaville: Looking back to go forwards

We went to Brazzaville to talk about our project on forest governance with partners from Gabon, Ghana and the Republic of Congo – find out what happened.

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Gabonese civil society platform elects representatives to protect forests

Gabonese civil society has elected representatives for the platform working on anti-illegal logging pacts known as Voluntary Partnership Agreements.

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Gabonese civil society platform elects representatives to protect forests

Gabonese civil society has elected representatives for the platform working on anti-illegal logging pacts known as Voluntary Partnership Agreements.

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Your chance to protect wildlife

A review of wildlife laws must not compromise the protection they offer our animals and habitats. The public consultation is now open and we have created a tool to help you have your say.

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Your chance to protect wildlife

A review of wildlife laws must not compromise the protection they offer our animals and habitats. The public consultation is now open and we have created a tool to help you have your say.

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Clean Air: What happens next?

Last week at the UK Supreme Court, ClientEarth won an historic victory in the battle for the right to breathe clean air. Judges unanimously ruled in our favour, ordering the UK Government to scrap its weak plans to reduce air

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Clean Air: What happens next?

Last week at the UK Supreme Court, ClientEarth won an historic victory in the battle for the right to breathe clean air. Judges unanimously ruled in our favour, ordering the UK Government to scrap its weak plans to reduce air

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France warned over air pollution on same day as UK told to clean up its act

France has been told to clean up its air, on the same day as Supreme Court judges ruled that the UK must protect people from air pollution.

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France warned over air pollution on same day as UK told to clean up its act

France has been told to clean up its air, on the same day as Supreme Court judges ruled that the UK must protect people from air pollution.

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Positive signs for sustainable fishing for the Baltic and beyond

Last week, members of the European Parliament (MEPs) voted to stand by their commitment to sustainable fishing in the regional fisheries management plans for the Baltic. The Baltic multiannual plan, will be first to be adopted and implemented under the

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Positive signs for sustainable fishing for the Baltic and beyond

Last week, members of the European Parliament (MEPs) voted to stand by their commitment to sustainable fishing in the regional fisheries management plans for the Baltic. The Baltic multiannual plan, will be first to be adopted and implemented under the

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Have your say on the EU Timber Regulation – until 3rd July 2015

Government, industry, campaigners and communities are invited to comment on the EU Timber Regulation, to support a European Commission review.

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Have your say on the EU Timber Regulation – until 3rd July 2015

Government, industry, campaigners and communities are invited to comment on the EU Timber Regulation, to support a European Commission review.

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Help us protect European wildlife

Are you someone who works with or is passionate about wildlife? We want to hear from you.

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Help us protect European wildlife

Are you someone who works with or is passionate about wildlife? We want to hear from you.

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One step closer to forest benefit sharing in Gabon

Find out how the people we work with in Gabon are pushing for forest benefits to be shared equally.

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One step closer to forest benefit sharing in Gabon

Find out how the people we work with in Gabon are pushing for forest benefits to be shared equally.

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Trade Secrets Directive blocks information on health and the environment

People and the environment are at risk from a draft law which lets business keep information on emissions and health impacts secret.

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Trade Secrets Directive blocks information on health and the environment

People and the environment are at risk from a draft law which lets business keep information on emissions and health impacts secret.

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Guest blog: Some progress – but seabass are still on the brink

Any seabass lover must have been pleased to see the European Parliament vote in favour of a resolution to make bass fishing sustainable, but there’s still a way to go.

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Guest blog: Some progress – but seabass are still on the brink

Any seabass lover must have been pleased to see the European Parliament vote in favour of a resolution to make bass fishing sustainable, but there’s still a way to go.

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Official documents and the EU Timber Regulation

Documents from official sources are often to used to carry out due diligence under the EU Timber Regulation. Why isn’t this enough to comply with the EUTR?

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Official documents and the EU Timber Regulation

Documents from official sources are often to used to carry out due diligence under the EU Timber Regulation. Why isn’t this enough to comply with the EUTR?

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