Tackling the Climate and Ecological Crisis

The ecological and climate crises threaten the health of the planet, human livelihoods and biodiversity. Climate action must work with nature by phasing out fossil fuels and nuclear energy while prioritising renewable energies that can minimise impacts on nature and take into account nature’s ecological capacities.

Ahead of the discussions on a future EU Renewable Energy Directive EuroNatur released a position paper on 30 November 2021 that describes a new sustainable path for energy consumption, renewable energy and energy efficiency in the European Union. 

EuroNatur Position Paper on Climate Change

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Biodiversity on the Brink - What’s holding back financing for nature in the EU?

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The cover page of the publication "Biodiversity on the brink"
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RED*4Nature Campaign

The climate and biodiversity crises are the great environmental crises of our time - and can only be thought about and solved together. Playing off the necessary energy transition against the protection of species is not expedient. We have to look at solutions in a differentiated way and find win-win solutions. In our blog, we present our opinion on various topics of the RED4Nature campaign. Take a look: red4nature.eu


* Renewable Energy Directive

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