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Notes for a better Europe

Notes for a better Europe

Think all EU money is corruption, bureaucracy or just more roads? Think again. These shining examples from across Europe show how EU money is working for the economy and the environment.

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Stand Beside Bangladesh

Stand Beside Bangladesh

Bangladesh’s economic growth is slowed down by environmental catastrophes related to climate change, local authorities are now creating a detailed action plan in partnership with international organizations and governments around the world to develop a strategy to tackle and mitigate the damage caused by climate change.

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Major European retailer slammed for false sustainable fish advertising

Major European retailer slammed for false sustainable fish advertising

Oceans campaigners at the Rio+20 Earth Summit have welcomes a ruling that the supermarket giant Intermarché made false claims about sustainable seafood. The French advertising authority told Intermarché they must pull all the offending advertisements relating to deep sea fish.

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No Commitment for the High Seas

No Commitment for the High Seas

The final draft conference text on oceans delays action on protecting international waters – just as civil society groups vote it top priority in their session. The United States denies it blocked progress – the High Seas Alliance coalition issues a stern rebuke.

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Climate change leaves oceans “hot, sour and breathless”

Climate change leaves oceans “hot, sour and breathless”

A triple-whammy of rising temperatures, increased acid levels and lack of oxygen is destroying the world’s oceans, according to scientists at the Rio+20 Earth Summit. Experts warn that small island states are being hit especially hard, with impacts on health, food and livelihoods.

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