Mediterranean Programme News
WWF Statement on the Convention on Biological Diversity COP-12
WWF welcomes the outcomes of CBD COP-12 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Important steps were taken to ...
Renewables get fewer subsidies and are cheaper than dirty energies, Commission’s study shows
Onshore wind power is cheaper than coal, gas or nuclear energy when ‘external’ costs such as air ...
European Parliament should reject Juncker’s environmentally unsustainable Commission
After following the hearings of the EU Commissioner-Designates in front of the European Parliament, ...
TEDxWWF: global thought leaders head to Brussels to share sustainability insights
Brussels will host the world-renowned TEDxWWF conference on the theme ‘One Planet Living’
East Atlantic and Mediterranean bluefin tuna: improving but caution still needed
After ICCAT’s Scientific Committee (SCRS1) gathered in the last days in Madrid to assess the ...
International River Action Day celebrated in 11 countries
1, 000 students planned events near their local rivers
Arias Cañete will face a tough grilling on climate and energy portfolio
Today at 18:00 Miguel Arias Cañete, Commissioner-Designate for Climate Action and Energy, will face ...
EU continues to run an ecological deficit, says new Living Planet Report -Tackling CO2 emissions will significantly reduce its Ecological Footprint
A continuously rising demand for natural resources and increasing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere ...
The WWF Living Planet Report: Globally, overconsumption is rising and biodiversity is declining, but it is not too late
The Ecological Footprint Initiative calls for collaboration to curb consumption and reduce carbon ...
Environment downgraded by Commission President Juncker. NGOs ask the European Parliament to reject the new European Commission
On Wednesday 24 September, WWF together with the Green10 Coalition met the new European ...