Sini Eräjää

Agrifood 17-04-2020

COVID-19: fixing our relationship with food and nature is more important than ever

Europe’s relationship to food and nature must not be put to one side because of the COVID-19 crisis, it should be front and centre in the recovery, argues Sini Eräjää.

Paper, the forgotten forest destroyer

As the world awakes to the threat posed by palm oil and soy to our forests, it’s in danger of overlooking how paper and packaging drives industrial logging, mis-shapes millions of hectares of forest landscapes and creates monoculture plantations, writes Sini Eräjää.
Energy 15-02-2016

Bioenergy is the weakest link in EU renewable energy policy

As the Commission closes it public consultation on the future of the EU’s renewable energy policies, their success greatly depends on the questionable sustainability of bioenergy, writes Sini Eräjää.
Transport 29-04-2015

Cap on biofuels – is a cap on all bioenergy next?

The false assumptions that have been linked to the use of biofuels in earlier EU policies are not just limited to biofuels but to bioenergy, writes Sini Eräjää.