News Libya

L’environnement de la Lybie: une vue de l’...

Tue, 17/07/2018
Avec un accès difficile et dangereux, l’image que l’on peut avoir de la Libye a tendance à être basée sur les conflits et les crises que l'on voit aux nouvelles. Certains ne s'attendraient pas à ce que la conservation de la nature soit à l'ordre du jour de quiconque, mais elle est bien vivante et ne cesse de croître. Nous obtenons les réactions de deux agents de la conservation de la nature, qui viennent juste de revenir de Libye.
Libyan conservationists looking for tern nests in Farwa, Libya © CEPF Med

Libya’s environment: an insider's view

Tue, 17/07/2018
With difficult and dangerous access, one’s picture of Libya tends to be based on conflict and crisis seen on the news. Some wouldn’t expect nature conservation to be on anyone’s agenda, yet it is alive and growing. We get the reaction from two conservationists that just returned from Libya.
 Macaque Berbère, Algérie © Elzbieta Szulmajer

Des poussés vertes après le Printemps Arabe

Thu, 25/01/2018
De "protéger par la punition" à "protéger en impliquant les citoyens" : lisez plus sur la révolution pacifique qui change la conservation de la nature en Afrique du Nord
© Elzbieta Szulmajer

بعد الربيع العربي: تعلم حب الطبيعة مرة أخرى

Wed, 24/01/2018
من "الحماية عن طريق العقاب" إلى "الحماية من خلال إشراك الناس": مقالة عن الثورة السلمية التي تغير من حفظ الطبيعة في شمال أفريقيا والشرق الأوسط
© Elzbieta Szulmajer

Rebentos da Primavera Árabe: aprender a amar a...

Wed, 24/01/2018
De "proteger pela punição" para "proteger envolvendo as pessoas": leia sobre a revolução pacífica que está a mudar a conservação da natureza no norte da África
The Endangered Barbary Macaque is benefiting from the work of local NGOs in Algeria © Elzbieta Szulmajer

After the Arab Spring: learning to love nature...

Fri, 11/08/2017
From “protect by punishment” to “protect by involving people”: read about the peaceful revolution that is changing nature conservation in North Africa and the Middle East.
Saker Falcon © Irene Mel, Flickr

New book release from Libya brings joy to...

Sun, 29/05/2016
Bird conservation and identification in Libya has reached a new milestone with the release of a new guide titled ‘Birds of Libya’.

Libya’s civil society celebrates its wetland...

Fri, 06/02/2015
Many people were out celebrating World Wetlands Day in Libya this week. With civil society previously banned under Gaddafi, this is more promising news for the future.

Update from Libya – emerging conservation despite...

Tue, 01/04/2014
Despite the crucial situation in Libya, an NGO called Libyan Society for Birds (LSB) continues working hard for nature conservation in the western region of the country. CEPF is currently the only organisation that has directly funded an environmental NGO in Libya.
The increasing use of mist nets along large stretches of the North African coast is a worrying development (H Schulz)

Concern over migrant birds prompts international...

Wed, 04/12/2013

In recent months, the indiscriminate and unsustainab