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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.

Migratory birds? What about migratory fish?

Wed, 28/05/2014
Read all about a new CEPF Eastern Afromontane Hotspot project in Lake Tana, Ethiopia. BirdLife International, together with IUCN and the Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society, form the Regional Implementation Team that supports CEPF with their investment in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot.

Fresh Lake Natron soda ash push threatens the future of East Africa’s Flamingos

Tue, 20/05/2014
BirdLife International, a partnership of over 120 NGOs globally, is gravely concerned over recent statements by the Government of Tanzania regarding the intention to construct two soda ash factories at Lake Natron and Engaruka in northern Tanzania.

Pioneering wildlife audit reveals 1500 exclusively 'British' species overseas

Tue, 20/05/2014

One of the world’s smallest lizards, a ‘spiky’ yellow woodlouse, a blue iguana, a fligh

Seabird sanctuary threatened by luxury hotel

Tue, 20/05/2014

Sa Conilera island, one of the best preserved seabird colonies in the Balearic

Growing hope for plants in Lebanon

Sat, 17/05/2014
A collaborative team are on a data-collection mission to classify the extinction risk of rare and endemic Lebanese plants. Once determined, the team (funded by CEPF) can then target conservation and create Plant Micro-Reserves to protect these species.