News 

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 Mara

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.

Court blocks major road development threatening Turkish grouse populations

Fri, 11/12/2015
BirdLife's Partner in Turkey, Doğa Derneği, has some good news regarding the ironically named 'Green Way' road development.