Wolf attacked Ursula vd Leyen’s pony

Brussels 02.09.2022 European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s favorite pony died attacked by a wolf, German media reported. Schlimme Nachrichten aus der Region Hannover: Ein Wolf hat das 30-jährige Pony Dolly von Ursula #vonderLeyen getötet. Die Familie der EU-Kommissionspräsidentin ist „fürchterlich mitgenommen“ von der Nachricht aus Beinhorn bei Burgdorf. https://t.co/YtiYf1FuqC — HAZ (@HAZ) September…

EU: ban on trophy hunting imports call

Strasbourg 06.07.2022 137 NGOs around the world call for a ban on hunting trophy imports BRUSSELS (July 6, 2022)—In a joint position paper, 137 conservation and animal protection organizations from all around the world, including 45 NGOs from African countries, speak out against trophy hunting and urge policymakers to ban imports. #EndangeredSpeciesDay🐘🦁🐻‍❄️- time to put…

COVID19: EU citizens food safety concerns at rise

BRUSSELS, 15 April 2020 – “In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, we call on EU leaders to urgently steer the EU towards sustainable and resilient food systems. We were one of 40 environmental, health and animal welfare NGOs to send the EU Commission an open letter, urging it to act without any further delays in…

Europol tracks wildlife crime

  Europol Director Rob Wainwright met with Steven Broad, Executive Director of TRAFFIC, at Europol’s headquarters in The Hague today to discuss further cooperation in fighting environmental crime, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two parties in 2016. The scope of the MoU is to facilitate the exchange of information…