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New EU Biodiversity Strategy adopted

Wed, 18/05/2011
The European Commission has revealed its long awaited EU Biodiversity strategy, which sets out a blueprint for achieving the EU’s renewed biodiversity target.

The European and Central Asian Partnership Meeting 2011

Wed, 18/05/2011
Over 100 participants from 41 countries gathered together in Budapest to celebrate the (bio)diversity of the European and Central Asian region at the European Partnership meeting.

NABU takes action to save climate-relevant ecosystems

Wed, 18/05/2011
The International Climate Initiative funds climate protection projects in developing, transition and newly industrialised countries.

Budapest Conference calls for action to make electric powerlines safe for birds

Wed, 18/05/2011
Conference aims to stimulate actions to halt large-scale bird mortality on power lines across Europe.

Carpathian project has started

Mon, 16/05/2011
Polish Society for the Protection of Birds has started a conservation programme on the birds in the Carpathian Mountains.

The restoration of the Belene Marshes brings back the Dalmatian pelicans

Mon, 16/05/2011
BSPB/BirdLife Bulgaria is monitoring the ecological effects of a wetland restoration project on biodiversity.

Life+ Cap DOM: Conservation of priority bird species in the French Overseas Departments (DOMs)

Wed, 11/05/2011
Life+ Cap DOM (Département d’Outre-Mer) is the first European Programme for the conservation of fauna involving several DOMs and their NGOs.

Short film highlights environmental damage caused by biofuels

Wed, 11/05/2011
More than 20 environmental organisations across Europe are calling on the EU to stop the environmental damage caused by EU biofuels targets with the help of Peter and Jane, characters in a specially-created animated short film. To watch the 1m 30 second film in English, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igUtLwruUjA