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How BirdLife uncovered the Mediterranean bird slaughter

Tue, 15/12/2015
We finally know the extent of the illegal killing of millions that has gone on for decades.

Is the EU on track to save biodiversity? The short answer is no

Tue, 15/12/2015
From agriculture to marine species, biodiversity to green infrastructure, Europe needs to do more to save nature.

Why we need two Red Lists of Birds

Tue, 15/12/2015
How is the European Red List of Birds different from the IUCN Global Red List? Why is it important? Read more here.

...And then Paris saved 2015

Tue, 15/12/2015
This was supposed to be a big year for climate change mitigation, the EU Energy Union and sustainable bioenergy. Most decisions lacked ambition. Then came the climate change agreement.

Sea Alert 2015: The marine crisis continues

Tue, 15/12/2015
From overfishing to bycatch, invasive predators to pollution, seabirds are still under threat.

No deal to protect the seas, EU wrangles over details

Tue, 15/12/2015
What we took from the sea this year: a look back at Europe's fishy marine dealings in 2015.
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...

Mon, 14/12/2015
This statement from Nature Kenya talks about the other story to last week's devastating poisoning incident.

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

Mon, 14/12/2015
Greening implementation, policy simplification and farmer protests prove the system is broken.

The Nature of Paris: what the climate Agreement really says

Sat, 12/12/2015
BirdLife International welcomes the adoption of the Paris agreement on climate change.