Linnéa Engström

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Party Miljöpartiet De Gröna
CountrySweden
Greens / EFA Group Member
Committees Fisheries (Member)
Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (Substitute Member)
Women's Rights and Gender Equality (Substitute Member)
Fisheries (Coordinator)
Delegations ACP-EU (Member)
People's Republic of China (Substitute Member)
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Relevant Articles

Every Farm Counts

Why we need to keep as many farms on the land as we can

A quarter of all farms disappeared in the EU between 2005 and 2016. And corporate power still pushes farmers to go big or go out of business. But there are alternatives! Many small to medium-sized farms provide better income and more jobs and are more resilient than big farms. The key to their success is the adoption of agroecological and organic practices.

fish
©jorge-gonzalez
en | de | es

EU-Morocco fisheries agreement violates international humanitarian law

Fisheries

Today, Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of the planned fisheries agreement between the European Union and Morocco. The vast majority of the catches under this agreement are however to take place to the waters of Western Sahara, occupied by Morocco.

Woman and river
Picture credit : Pakhi Megna - River

Gender and climate toolkit

No climate justice without gender justice!

Climate change is one of the most urgent global challenges. We are also aware that climate change is a deeply unjust phenomenon: those who contribute the least to climate change are often the ones that are most affected by its impacts. All aspects of climate change have a gender dimension: the causes, the impacts, as well as the policies to respond to climate change which can have different effects on women and men.

Woman and river
Picture credit - johannes englich

Climate Displacement in a gender perspective

17.10.2018

the need for action at UN level

We know that climate change is a driver for migration and that it is happening already. We also know that climate change exacerbates gender inequalities. How we respond to climate-induced displacement and migration will be a paramount challenge.

Fishing boat
© Lya_Cattel
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North Sea plans are unsustainable and at odds with Common Fisheries Policy

Fishing

The Greens/EFA group has condemned the decision of the majority of MEPs to back fishing legislation without guaranteeing meaningful sustainability targets. MEPs voted today on the trilogue outcome on the Multiannual Management Plan for the North Sea. While the Common Fisheries Policy sets an upper limit to fishing intensity (known as F-MSY), the North Sea Plan allows fishing at higher levels than allowed under the basic regulation.

We need gender equality when shaping climate policies!

Plenary speech by MEP Linnéa Engström

MEP Linnéa Engström defends her report on "Women, Gender Equality & Climate Change".

woman light
©clay-banks

Climate Justice

19.10.2017

Engendering the Energy Transition

The objective of the conference is to bring together stakeholders from the climate, energy and gender equality fields to discuss how to engender the European energy transition agenda, to create synergies and a networking platform for future exchanges, and to identify possible concrete areas of work convergence.

Big fishing boat
© Scanpix Sweden

New fishing legislation will ensure EU boats meet standards worldwide

Comment from Greens/EFA MEP Linnéa Engström

This new legislation will do a great deal to safeguard the future of international fish stocks and communities dependent upon them globally, says Linnéa Engström.

ocean
©pritchard-barrett

Four actions we as a planet can take to help save the oceans

In honour of today being World Oceans Day, we’ve put together this list of four Greens/EFA demands on how the European and global community can protect Earth’s oceans. With the United Nations Ocean Conference taking place this week, now is the time to get the planet talking about this issue.

fish
©jorge-gonzalez
en | fr | de

Fishing: New rules will help prevent overfishing

New standards for EU vessels fishing outside EU waters.

The European Parliament has today (2nd Feb) supported new legislation designed to curb overfishing. MEPs backed a report from Greens/EFA rapporteur Linnéa Engström

External fisheries

Ensuring sustainable fisheries beyond EU waters

The EU must continue to control its fishing outside the Union and open the door for transparency, ac...

Paraguay: the legal aspects related to the child pregnancy

Greens/EFA motion for resolution

Tabled by Ernest Urtasun, Heidi Hautala, Linnéa Engström, Barbara Lochbihler, Ulrike Lunacek, Terr...

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