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Sea Alert 2015: The marine crisis continues

Tue, 15/12/2015 - 10:25

From overfishing to bycatch, invasive predators to pollution, seabirds are still under threat.

Europe and Central Asia Seabirds and Marine

No deal to protect the seas, EU wrangles over details

Tue, 15/12/2015 - 09:58

What we took from the sea this year: a look back at Europe's fishy marine dealings in 2015.

Europe and Central Asia Seabirds and Marine

Less reported but just as devastating, were the deaths of eleven Critically Endangered White-backed Vultures. Photo: Gill & Andy Swash

Kenya's vultures on brink of extinction - especially after lion poisoning incident in Maasai Mara

Mon, 14/12/2015 - 17:06

This statement from Nature Kenya talks about the other story to last week's devastating poisoning incident.

Worldwide Kenya Preventing Extinctions

Farming flaws: why 2015 was another poor year for EU agriculture

Mon, 14/12/2015 - 15:08

Greening implementation, policy simplification and farmer protests prove the system is broken.

Europe and Central Asia Advocating for sustainable agriculture

The Nature of Paris: what the climate Agreement really says

Sat, 12/12/2015 - 22:02

BirdLife International welcomes the adoption of the Paris agreement on climate change.

Worldwide Climate Change

Court blocks major road development threatening Turkish grouse populations

Fri, 11/12/2015 - 15:34

BirdLife's Partner in Turkey, Doğa Derneği, has some good news regarding the ironically named 'Green Way' road development.

Europe and Central Asia Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) - Europe and Central Asia

Shearwaters feeding off Senegal ©Sylla

A breakthrough in marine conservation within the BirdLife Africa Partnership: the first steps

Fri, 11/12/2015 - 10:38

The BirdLife International Marine Programme (BIMP) and Africa Partnership secretariat share a goal to achieve conservation objectives for seabirds and marine resources with a focus on West and North African regions through the Alcyon Project.

Africa Marine - Africa

Re-COP - Day 12 at the UN Climate Summit in Paris

Fri, 11/12/2015 - 08:10

We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Worldwide Climate Change

Unlikely bedfellows from across the Americas meet every year at the Ranchers’ Gathering to share ideas and expertise on how to save natural grasslands from agricultural intensification. Photo: Alianza del Pastizal (Grasslands Alliance)

Americas’ Conservation Cowboys

Thu, 10/12/2015 - 11:10

Unlikely bedfellows from across the Americas meet every year at the Ranchers’ Gathering to share ideas and expertise on how to save natural grasslands from agricultural intensification

Americas Argentina Grasslands - Pastizales del Cono Sur

Re-COP - Day 11 from Paris at the UN climate summit

Thu, 10/12/2015 - 09:28

We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Worldwide Climate Change

Zambian children in a Spring Alive event. Photo: Victor Siingwa

A little story from spring alive

Wed, 09/12/2015 - 15:38

Every once in a while, you come across a little story that makes you smile, makes you breathe a sigh of hope. A small act that could be easily missed, but which represents something a lot bigger. This story is one of those stories.

Africa Zambia Local Empowerment - Europe and Central Asia

Douglas Rainsford Tompkins, 72, one of the Earth’s foremost conservationists

Defender of nature Douglas Tompkins dies in tragic accident

Wed, 09/12/2015 - 14:34

Douglas Rainsford Tompkins, 72, one of the Earth’s foremost conservationists, died following a kayaking accident in Chilean Patagonia. Douglas and his wife, Kristin McDivitt Tompkins, have supported conservation projects which included acquiring roughly 2.2 million acres in Patagonia to make the world’s largest private nature reserve.

Worldwide Chile