November 24, 2023
In times of pressing climate and biodiversity crisis, the Lazio region and the Italian government are supporting a controversial project to double the Peschiera–Le Capore aqueduct, breaching several EU Directives, and not taking into account people who live in the area and their needs. Moreover, the project, partially supported by EU funds, could potentially endanger six Natura 2000 sites and already exploited local water resources.
November 17, 2023
A pristine biodiverse forest in eastern Latvia is being cleared to make way for an industrial park. Even though the project has yet to be approved, half the forest has already been logged to make way for the development. Not only that, the public consultation and social and environmental assessment have been inadequate. The project promoters now expect getting the green light.
October 30, 2023
На 39 страници еколозите са преповторили всички неистини, които ежегодно изпращат до Бернската конвенция вече над 8 години …
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development must do more to safeguard biodiversity in its new environmental policy
October 4, 2023
As the global biodiversity crisis grows ever more urgent, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) environmental policy and practice is proving insufficient to prevent harm to nature, let alone allow its restoration. The Bank’s review of its environmental and social policy in the coming months must provide a proportionate response to the scale of the problem.
August 16, 2023
… 16.08.2023. / 14:26 Dozvolu za gradnju izdalo je Ministarstvo za prostorno uređenje, građevinarstvo i ekologiju Republike Srpske. …
August 9, 2023
Skats uz dabas liegumu “Lubāna mitrājs”. Foto no interneta …
July 8, 2023
Nyomtatás Befejezéséhez közeledik egy kulcsfontosságú autópálya-projekt Bulgáriában. A még épülő rövid szakasz az ország egyik …
March 23, 2023
The EU needs a dedicated funding mechanism to help member states prepare and implement their national restoration plans on nature and lead …
Activists call on EU to better protect nature from energy infrastructure in the Western Balkans, Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
March 14, 2023
60 civil society organisations have sent a joint letter to the EU Commissioner for Environment, Virginijus Sinkevičius, calling on the EU to better protect nature during energy infrastructure development under the Energy Community Treaty (1).
February 27, 2023
In December 2022, the Council of the European Union adopted an emergency regulation aimed at speeding up renewable energy deployment. But Member States have to uphold environmental safeguards and consult the public if they don’t want to end up doing the opposite, warns our new position paper.