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20 February 2017 - Twelve-year action plan to save vultures

 

From 15 to 19 February, 43 experts from 22 countries met in Toledo, Spain, to
prepare for the forthcoming summit of the Convention on the Conservation of
Migratory Species. Based on previous consultations and workshops that
include the findings of 200 experts, the group in Toledo has expressed
concerns about the veterinary use of diclofenac, a deadly drug for vulture and
designed a twelve-year action plan to ensure the conservation of all vulture
species. 


 

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EEB Memorandum for the Maltese Presidency - prepared in cooperation with BirdLife Europe and Seas At Risk

December 2016 - This Memorandum, prepared in cooperation with BirdLife Europe and Seas at Risk, reflects on the issues that the EEB would like to see advanced during the Maltese Presidency. The most important issues are highlighted in the Ten Green Tests. At the end of June 2017, the Ten Green Tests will be used to evaluate the Presidency’s performance over the next six months. Read more...  

 

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