Mediterranean Programme News
WWF applauds first management plan for Mediterranean fisheries
Split, Croatia – As the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) closes its annual ...
Fisheries deal fails to bridge gap with ambitious European Parliament
Fisheries ministers work through the night but appear to have not jumped on board ambitious ...
Ending overfishing may take more than 100 years says WWF analysis of EU proposals for fish stock recovery
New scientific analysis from environmental organisation WWF reveals recovery of European fish ...
Civil society, citizens, children, fishermen and politicians urge Fisheries Ministers to “get on board and end overfishing!”
13 May 2013 - Brussels, Belgium: this morning civil society, citizens, children, fishermen ...
Last chance to recover Mediterranean fish stocks
Split, Croatia – The Mediterranean ranks high on the list of the most overexploited seas globally, ...
WWF's Earth Hour City Challenge takes flight as cities aim to create climate friendly lifestyles for urban dwellers
WWF urges UNFCCC delegates in Bonn to recognize and gain inspiration from the key role cities are ...
2030 Climate & Energy package: EU Ministers must re-energise Europe
Energy and Environment Ministers must leave behind Europe’s dirty past and prepare for a clean ...
World-leading innovative minds head to Abu Dhabi for the first TEDxWWF in the region
WWF: Maintenance of fossil fuel subsidies is a global scandal, supporting IMF findings
The continued maintenance of fossil fuel subsidies is a global scandal and governments should work ...
Only targets can ensure success of a 2030 climate and energy framework
Ahead of today’s publication of a European Commission Green Paper on a 2030 framework for climate ...