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An alliance between a conservation organisation and a cement company is benefiting the community © NATURAMA

A concrete partnership for nature conservation in Burkina Faso

Thu, 07/06/2018
It’s a first for Burkina Faso... a love story between environmental organization NATURAMA (BirdLife - Burkina Faso) and the private cement factory CIMBURKINA. Their common aim is to strengthen nature conservation and improve community livelihoods at the cement plant's operating sites.
The Christmas Frigatebird (Critically Endangered) is now safe from habitat destruction © Chris Surman

Bird paradise Christmas Island saved from mining devastation

Tue, 05/06/2018
Following a tireless campaign by BirdLife Australia, which gained support from around the world, the Australian Government has decided to reject an application for phosphate mining on Christmas Island, a crucial wildlife haven in the Indian Ocean.
Colombia is home to 1,877 bird species, including the Andean Cock-of-the-rock © Lisa Strachan

Protecting birds through war and peace: our newest Partner, Colombia

Mon, 04/06/2018
While armed conflict in Colombia may be over, an influx of illegal miners and loggers means our newest Partner’s collaborative approach to conservation has never been more important.

CAP overhaul in Bulgaria could serve both farmers and nature, study says

Mon, 04/06/2018

At a workshop with politicians, farmers and NGOs, the German BirdLife-Partner NABU and

Give your organisation a boost: the Capacity Development Fund is now live

Fri, 01/06/2018
Our Capacity Development Fund is offering a range of grants for different sizes and types of project. If you think your organisation would benefit from improved organisational design, management and professional development for staff, then read on...
Oriental Cuckoo © HIH Princess Takamado

Parasitic Birds and Parasitized Host Birds

Fri, 01/06/2018
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, June, 2018
The "Panda Team" will be preserving the habitat of the Giant Panda - along with the birds it shares it with

These millennials are changing the future of conservation

Fri, 01/06/2018
Young minds can give us fresh answers. These young people’s conservation ideas were so impressive that they were awarded grants to carry out their work. Check out ten projects that are shaping the conservation world for the next generation.

Brexit and the future of food and farming

Thu, 31/05/2018
On the eve of the publication of the European Commission’s hotly anticipated – and debated – proposal on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post-2020, Harriet Bradley looks across the Channel and assesses what impact Brexit may hold for the future of food and farming.

You reap what you sow

Thu, 31/05/2018
As the European Commission prepares to publish its long-awaited proposal on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post-2020, Ariel Brunner issues a timely warning: you reap what you sow.