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Dr Hazell Shokellu Thompson is Acting CEO of BirdLife International

BirdLife International announces Dr Hazell Shokellu Thompson as Acting CEO

Wed, 12/02/2014
Dr Hazell Shokellu Thompson is Acting CEO of BirdLife International after the recent resignation of Dr Marco Lambertini, who is joining WWF International as their Director General.

CEPF green fodder project benefits villagers and biosphere reserve

Tue, 11/02/2014
A new project to grow green fodder for livestock is helping relieve grazing pressure on Jordan’s Wadi Mujib Biosphere Reserve.

Zambian High Court overturns government Copper Mining plan in Lower Zambezi

Tue, 11/02/2014

The High Court in Lusaka, Zambia, on 4th February halted government approval of a plan

This new tool will provide developers with access to information on the distribution of soaring bird species along the Rift Valley / Red Sea flyway.

New web tool to help migratory soaring birds gets lift-off

Mon, 10/02/2014
The BirdLife UNDP/GEF Migratory Soaring Birds project has launched a new web tool that will help protect migratory soaring birds along the Red Sea/Rift Valley Flyway.

Remarkable wildlife event celebrates 25 years in style

Thu, 06/02/2014
The world’s largest wildlife event, the Birdfair, has celebrated its quarter century by raising a record amount for BirdLife's conservation work.

New 2030 climate and energy goals fail in thwarting climate change

Wed, 05/02/2014
In January, the European Commission presented its proposal for the future of the EU climate and energy policies. This White Paper put forward a target cut in greenhouse gas emissions of only 40%, and an EU target for renewable energy of less than 30% - both far too low to prevent climate change.

ILUC decision postponed, biofuels battle continues

Wed, 05/02/2014
On 12 December 2013, Energy ministers were meeting in Brussels to make a decision on biofuels and Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC). The proposed agreement, prepared by the Lithuanian presidency, had been watered down a lot under pressure of a group of more conservative countries.

Action taken for flyways - international counts and conferences working for conservation

Tue, 04/02/2014
Early in January and February events have been taking place to protect the Wadden Sea and migration routes along the East Atlantic.