Every country in the EU has its own climate policy blind spot. In some it is coal. In Finland, it is forests. Forests are part of the Finnish national identity… What Finland doesn’t want you to know about its forests
Satu Hassi: “Fighting tax avoidance a must for a social Europe” Published in New Europe 2014 Special Edition, 13 January 2014.
Dear Madam/Sir, on 4th May 2013 we had the opportunity to visit Istmo de Tehuantepec in Oaxaca, Mexico and to hear views of local people living in the area where… Open Letter to Wind Energy Operators in Istmo de Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico
Kirjallinen kysymys komissiolle 16.4.2013 Barbara Lochbihler (Greens/EFA) & Satu Hassi (Greens/EFA) The EU has recently concluded a partnership and cooperation agreement with Thailand and is currently negotiating an EU-Thailand free trade… Thailand: the case of Andy Hall
In 2010 the Canadian Arctic experienced its warmest year on record. At the end of 2012, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced that the Arctic Sea ice is at record… The Arctic melt conference: A wake up call, NOT a business opportunity!
Kirjallinen kysymys komissiolle 20.2.2013 Satu Hassi (Greens/EFA) & Fiona Hall (ALDE) The 24 hour daily cycle of light and darkness is a basis of natural functioning of all plants and… Protecting public health from light pollution
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Commenting on outcome of the UN climate summit in Doha (COP18), Green climate spokesperson Satu Hassi, who was part of the official European Parliament delegation to the talks, said: "The… Climate talks continue to sleepwalk, as EU climate diplomacy stutters
The Greens/EFA regrets the lack of progress by the EU on both mitigation and ensuring the continuity of climate finance, and fears this could have serious implications for the credibility… Greens/EFA group demands for the COP 18 in Qatar