Privacy Statement & Legal Notice

Privacy Statement & Legal Notice

Legal notice

“Burning trees is not renewable energy – #StopFakeRenewables” is a campaign to enable a meaningful contribution to the European Commission’s Public Consultation on the review of EU renewable energy rules – RED II.


Stichting BirdLife Europe, Avenue de la Toison d’Or 67 (2nd floor)
B – 1060 Brussels, Belgium

European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E), square de Meuùs 18, Brussels, Belgium



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Privacy Policy

This policy sets out the basis on which we will process any personal data we collect from you through this website. We keep your personal information safe and it is protected by appropriate technical and organisational measures.

We only use your data for the purpose of this campaign and will not sell your data on to any third party; we will pass it on only to the European Commission in the framework of the public consultation (see below).

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On this website, we are asking you to join our campaign by participating in the European Commission’s public consultation. In order to participate in this consultation, you need to provide certain personal data (first name, surname, email address, country), and only this data will be collected.


Your data and the responses to the consultation will be sent Brainformance IT Services (Austria) and they will collect them in an SQL database managed by the same agency and then transferred to and managed by the European Commission. It will not be shared further or made public, none of the participating organisations will have access to this data, and it will be deleted after the end of the campaign (10 Feb 2021).

Read the answers that will be sent to the European Commission on your behalf.

If you agree to subscribe to our newsletter, you will receive campaign updates on similar campaigns from Stichting BirdLife Europe.


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