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Letters
7 Feb 2022

Open letter to the EU Commission on green claims

As the discussion at European and international level on carbon neutrality and net zero targets is rapidly evolving, 27 NGOs seek to clarify the European Commission’s views on carbon neutrality claims and their potential for greenwashing. They demand that action is taken to regulate green claims and combat greenwashing in ongoing legislative processes, notably the…

Letters
1 Dec 2021

Open letter to the European Commission on sustainable carbon cycles

The anticipated Sustainable Carbon Cycles Communication has significant merits but risks seriously undermining its own declared purpose of climate ambition.

Letters
15 Oct 2020

Open letter to EU governments on the EU 2030 target

To: Heads of governments Council President Commission President Ministers of Environment Ambassadors from Member States to the EU We write to you on behalf of Bellona Europa, Carbon Market Watch and Fern – organisations specialising in negative emissions. We would like to urge you to uphold the integrity of the EU’s 2030 climate target, in…

Letters
5 Apr 2018

Open Letter to President Juncker: Towards an EU budget that is in service of achieving Europe’s climate objectives

Dear President Juncker, The co-signatories of this letter represent a broad group of business associations, civil society, think tanks and other organisations who are working together to bring strong support to the EU’s commitment to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement objectives. We are writing to urge you to ensure…

Letters
15 Dec 2017

Two-faced EU governments are gutting Europe’s key climate law

Statement on behalf of Climate Action Network Europe, Carbon Market Watch, European Environmental Bureau, Sandbag, Transport & Environment, and WWF European Policy Office EU governments must step back from irreparably weakening Europe’s biggest climate law, six of Europe’s leading environmental NGOs have said, after talks between member states and the European Parliament ended in deadlock…