Europe and Central Asia
21 Sep 2020

We need money for nature now

The single, most dramatic cause for the loss of biodiversity, species and natural habitats in Europe is intensive agriculture. To reverse this alarming trend, the EU must invest in nature protection. Where should the money come from, you ask? Look at our infographic for the answer.
20 Aug 2020

The Nubian Nightjar: worrying trends in Israel and beyond

A scientific article by our Israeli partner, the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.
23 Jul 2020

External Dimension of the European Common Fisheries Policy

While EU fish stocks are severely overfished, around 1,000 European vessels are authorised, each year, to fish in the rich waters of the Indian Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
17 Jul 2020

EU Biodiversity Strategy: are we on the right track to protect nature?

A couple months ago, the European Commission heeded the desperate call of the scientific community and multiple generations. They adopted an ambitious Biodiversity Strategy, that reflects the reality of the environmental crisis we are facing. So, are we really on the right track to protect nature?
17 Jul 2020

For real food security, we need nature-friendly farming

Think we need more intensive farming for food security? Think again. If anything, our unsustainable farming system is making us less secure: it’s killing pollinators, destroying the very ecosystems we need to produce food, and 88 million tons of food are going to waste every year!  
White Tailed Eagle © Jaroslav Pap courtesy of Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia

Shot and left for dead: help us put an end to this persecution.

Who we are

Who we are

BirdLife Europe is a Partnership of 48 national conservation organisations and one of six regional secretariats that compose BirdLife International. Read more about BirdLife Europe

What we do

What we do

BirdLife Europe’s unique local to global approach enables it to deliver high impact and long-term conservation for the benefit of nature and people. Read more about our Programmes in Europe and Central Asia

Where we work

Where we work

We are active in 47 countries. We have over 4.100 staff members working on nature conservation. We have more than 2 million members. Read more about our regional network.