Why the EU needs to act to ensure companies are not harming people and planet
The political momentum is ripe for the EU to introduce mandatory corporate due diligence rules to protect people and the planet
Momentum growing to make companies and finance accountable
As the new European Commission takes office, it will have to face growing calls for legislators to act on environmental and human rights risks linked to businesses.
Strengthening corporate responsibility
The case for mandatory due diligence in the EU to protect people and the planet
Global Witness bursts the Brussels Bubble
Our EU office has only been running for a year, but it’s already been full steam in our quest for EU policies and laws that work for people and planet.
Oil, Gas & Mining, Climate breakdownBlog post
Gas has no place in a European Green Deal
The European Green Deal must include an end to EU support for gas
Corruption & Money LaunderingBriefing
European Getaway: Inside the Murky World of Golden Visas
How mismanaged ‘Golden Visa’ schemes are enabling corruption on an unprecedented scale, and what EU institutions must do about it
EU Investor Disclosure Regulation
Our briefing, co-authored with Action Aid, breaks down the requirements of the new EU Investor Disclosure Regulation and outlines how it can be implemented in a way that may be most effective for people and the planet.
Environmental Activists, ForestsBlog post
The time is now: The EU must adopt a new regulation to shift corporate culture and tackle the root causes of deforestation
Could European politicians be sitting up and finally paying real attention to climate breakdown?