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Slovakia: a small country with big ambitions for its EU Presidency

Thu, 07/07/2016
Can their 'positive agenda' restore citizens' confidence in the Union?

European Commission expert study confirms that EU Nature laws are fit for purpose

Wed, 06/07/2016

On 5 July the European Commission made public its expert study on the EU Nature Directi

School children in Hungary learn all about House Martins and bird migration after watching them nest with Spring Alive. Photo © Liz Dale, flickr

School's out(side) for Spring!

Thu, 30/06/2016
School children in Hungary learn all about House Martins and bird migration after watching them nest with Spring Alive

Croatian national powerlines operator to collaborate with BirdLife Partner to protect migratory birds

Thu, 30/06/2016
From awareness raising to on-the-ground conservation, neither side is content to leave it at signatures, handshakes and lectures.

Malta’s first marine Special Protection Areas announced

Wed, 29/06/2016
Eight new locations will help protect endangered and declining seabirds in the country.

NGOs call for a post-Brexit EU agenda that acts for its citizens and their environment

Tue, 28/06/2016

The ten largest environmental NGOs active at EU level, the Green 10, have sent a letter

Birds flying ©freesoulproduction/Shutterstock

Nobody can make it out here alone

Mon, 27/06/2016
The BirdLife Europe and Central Asia team respond to 'Brexit' and its potentially devastating consequences on Europe's environment.

World's oldest tagged Terek Sandpiper discovered in Belarus

Fri, 24/06/2016
The old bird was found in the Turau Meadow, the place where it was first ringed for tracking.

Environment Ministers speak up for Nature laws

Mon, 20/06/2016
EU environment ministers echo MEPs: Free the nature laws!