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Who will save the ugly duckling?

Mon, 16/02/2015

You probably know the story about the ugly duckling.

Asian songbird migrants in trouble

Mon, 16/02/2015
Migratory songbirds in East Asia are in trouble, according to new research.

COP 21 Negotiations

Fri, 13/02/2015

In 2011, countries at the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties in Durban, South Africa, agr

Turning German Energy Around

Fri, 13/02/2015

The Energiewende – Germany’s energy transition - is still under pressu

Working with four villages to end soil erosion in an entire river basin

Fri, 13/02/2015
Save our soil! The entire catchment area of a river and its tributaries is a large, complex, interaction of ecosystems. CEPF is working with projects in the Med to best manage river basins holistically. Here is a great example from Albania.

From the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, turtle conservation overcoming similar challenges

Thu, 12/02/2015
Feature: three projects are working with local fishermen and tourists to protect Endangered loggerhead sea turtles, funded by CEPF.

Energy Infrastructure for a Sustainable European Energy Union

Wed, 11/02/2015

For Europe to remain a global leader in tackling climate change, the Energy Uni

Climate change: the oblique tragedy, the paradox and the birds

Wed, 11/02/2015

Climate change is like no other man-induced phenomenon: it will affect (meaning, starve

Everyone’s agreed: a new grip on handling hunting in Lebanon

Tue, 10/02/2015
Awareness of hunting's negative effects needs to be improved, collectively, as hunting is a shared responsibility. Now there has been national agreement and endorsement for Responsible Hunting Areas through LEF’s CEPF-funded project.