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Industry must act now to safeguard biodiversity threatened by limestone quarrying, NGOs say

Thu, 05/06/2014
Limestone is needed for industry; limestone habitats are essential for the survival of vulnerable and irreplaceable species. A new paper targets the extraction industry to give these species a conservation boost.

Community Resource Planning in Lutembe and Mabamba Bays, Uganda

Tue, 03/06/2014

Two local conservation groups in Uganda; one in Lutembe bay (Lutembe bay Wetland Users

The power of many: protecting migratory birds in the Mediterranean

Tue, 03/06/2014
When you think from the perspective of a migratory bird flying over the Mediterranean, facing a multitude of threats, it is clear that a coordinated multi-national response is needed. A recent workshop in Cyprus coordinated just that.
New publication on mapping guidance is helping governments take action for biodiversity

Putting nature on the map: giving guidance to governments

Mon, 02/06/2014
A new publication is helping governments with spatial data and mapping to make it easier for them to reach their promised targets for biodiversity.

Japanese 'Bird-of-Paradise'

Sun, 01/06/2014
'Through the Lens', Fujingaho magazine, June 2014

Understanding and Supporting Civil Society in Algeria - CEPF Med update

Sat, 31/05/2014
Update from recent CEPF Regional Implementation Team visit to Algeria, part of the Mediterranean basin biodiversity hotspot, and developing new civil society groups for conservation.

New study shows vulture-killing drug kills eagles too

Wed, 28/05/2014
The results of tests carried out on two Steppe Eagles found dead in Rajasthan, India, have shown some worrying results.