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Black Panther © Flickr/Cloudtail

Climate change is changing you

Fri, 11/11/2016
A new study reveals ongoing alterations in shape, size, sex and distribution of animals and plants are due to man-made warming.
Tree planting in Burkina Faso © Michiel van den Bergh

Trees for Life

Fri, 11/11/2016
Landmark research involving arduous work counting over 300 000 trees across the Sahel and searching for presence of migratory birds, has delivered a list of tree species that are preferred by birds.

Navigating a sustainable path to eco-tourism in Palestine

Thu, 10/11/2016
Palestine’s first-ever eco-tourism conference which took place yesterday focus on finding ways to protect Palestine’s unique natural heritage while sustainably tapping its economic and social benefits.
Cross River © jbdodane/Flickr

Irreplaceable - Cross River National Park, Nigeria

Tue, 08/11/2016
In our 'Irreplaceable' series, we cast a light on the globally-significant bird habitats that are in danger of disappearing forever.

Saudi authorities sound warning on illegal hunting in rented farms

Tue, 08/11/2016
The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture has condemned the hunting of migratory and protected birds in private farms.

Justice for Dutch farmland birds

Tue, 08/11/2016
Today, VBN (BirdLife in the Netherlands) filed a formal complaint to the European Commission against the Dutch government for persistent breaches of the Birds Directive.
Strange-tailed Tyrant © James Lowen

Saving Paraguay's most important site for wildlife

Mon, 07/11/2016
Lying in the small, land-locked South American country of Paraguay, San Rafael is a site wreathed in environmental accolades, glittering with conservation aspirations yet undermined by uncertainties.
Illegally shot Hobby © David Tipling/BirdLife Malta

Stopping bird killing in the Mediterranean

Fri, 04/11/2016
Reducing the killing of protected species, improving the protection of key sites for migratory birds and ensuring adequate law enforcement.

Landmark climate change treaty becomes legally-binding: can the planet breathe easier?

Thu, 03/11/2016
The Paris Agreement - a treaty that sees nearly 200 countries agree to combat climate change - today reached the criteria required to make it legally-binding.