Coal-powered crisis: The cost of Germany’s energy U-turn: This briefing analyses Germany's recent increased reliance on coal, and what consequences this has for meeting the country's legally binding climate commitments. It focuses on the coal phase-out and the energy transition in Germany, making recommendations for the German Federal Government to phase out coal-fired power generation by 2030.

Forced Labour Regulation: a 'carding' system: This briefing highlights the benefits of introducing a 'carding system' to the proposed Forced Labour Regulation to prohibit products made with forced labour on the EU market, inspired by the successes of the EU's Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) Fishing Regulation.

The perils of deep-sea mining: A briefing for financial institutions: Investing in deep-sea mining should be seen as extremely high-risk given threats to biodiversity, unpredictable demand, unproven technology, the risk of litigation and reputational risk.

The Broken Barrier: How illegal fishing and human rights abuses in Korea’s fisheries imports go undetected: A rise in seafood imports and a lack of supply chain safeguards is allowing the products of illegal fishing to enter the Korean market. The Korean government must improve transparency and traceability measures to ensure consumers are not driving environmentally destructive fishing and human rights abuses at sea.

허물어진 장벽: 수입 수산물 이력 관리 실태, 문제점 및 개선 제언: 한국의 수산물 수입은 증가 추세에 있지만, 이를 감시 및 규제하는 보호 장치가 강력하지 않아 불법 어업과 관련성이 높은 수산물이 한국 시장에 유입되고 있는 실정이다. 한국 정부는 국민들이 본인도 모르게 환경 파괴적인 어업과 인권 침해를 지지하게 되는 상황을 방지하기 위해 수산물 공급망의 투명성과 추적성을 강화해야 할 것이다.

الصيد غير القانوني في قاع البحر الأبيض المتوسط: دراسة حالة الصّيد بشباك الجر "الكيس" في خليج قابس ، تونس: الالتزام بالقضاء على الصيد المحظور بالكيس وعمل خطة للقيام بذلك، بالتنسيق مع ولاية صفاقس والمعنيين بالمجتمع المدني والبحارة وتجار الأسماك، وتحديد موعد واضح لإنهاء تنفيذ تلك الخطة بنهاية العام 2024 نظرا لخطورة الموضوع.

Kiss of death: How illegal bottom trawling threatens ecosystems and livelihoods in Tunisia: The Gulf of Gabès in Tunisia is exceptionally important, but its local traditions, economies and rich marine habitats are disappearing. A form of illegal bottom trawling known as kiss trawling is responsible - immediate action is needed to end it.

Illegal bottom trawling in the Mediterranean: the case of 'kiss trawling' in the Gulf of Gabès, Tunisia: This policy brief summarises the impacts of a form of illegal bottom trawling, known locally as kiss trawling, in Tunisia, and makes recommendations on how to bring it to an end safely, fairly and sustainably.

Chalutage de fond illégal en Méditerranée : le cas de la « pêche au Kiss » dans le golfe de Gabès, Tunisie: Ce rapport examine l'impact d'une technique de chalutage de fond en eaux peu profondes dans la région du golfe de Gabès, en Tunisie.

Statement to the Council of the International Seabed Authority: The ISA Council must implement a moratorium on deep-sea mining to prevent irreversible harm to marine environments, ocean wildlife and environmental justice.

Towards the abyss: how the rush to deep-sea mining threatens people and our planet: Deep-sea mining threatens to significantly disturb the delicate environment of the deep sea, with devastating consequences for life on Earth. It must be stopped.

Towards the abyss: how the rush to deep-sea mining threatens people and our planet - summary briefing: This summary briefing outlines the findings of "Into the abyss: how the rush to deep-sea mining threatens people and planet", calling for a stop to deep-sea mining.