2 March 2020

Environmental crimes cost us billions: sanctions must reflect this

The European Union must step up action to tackle an environmental crime spree that is costing us billions, that’s the conclusion of a new EEB report […]
13 December 2021

EU criminal law must pave way for better environmental protection, NGOs demand

Commission must fix EU criminal law and ensure environmental crimes such as wildlife trade, waste dumping, illegal hunting and fishing, unlawful logging and mining no longer […]
13 December 2022

Member States against strong EU rules to penalise environmental crimes

Environmental NGOs, including Birdlife, Born Free, EEB, IFAW, Eurogroup for Animals, Humane Society International, and WWF voice their concerns over the Council’s position on the revision […]
16 November 2023

EEB welcomes major advances on environmental crime, regrets critical gaps

On Thursday, the EU Parliament, the Commission, and the Council reached a political agreement on the revision of the Environmental Crime Directive.   The EEB welcomes the […]
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