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Scientists identify the world’s most irreplaceable protected areas

Thu, 14/11/2013

A new scientific study has identified the protected areas most critical to preventing e

www.birdlife.org has a new look to reflect a newly re-energised Partnership

Your new BirdLife website is launched!

Wed, 13/11/2013
www.birdlife.org has a new look to reflect a newly re-energised Partnership, which is better integrated with ways people use the web now, from mobile devices to social media. But the older and less technology-savvy can rest assured: you’ll still be able to find your way around, and our content is more readable.
Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas represent some of the best sites for wildlife on the planet and need your help. Photo: Luke Mackin / Flickr

Important Bird & Biodiversity Areas going mobile

Wed, 06/11/2013
People who visit IBAs are our eyes and ears on the ground. And we need your help to monitor and protect some of the best sites for wildlife on the planet, by informing a new project to produce a mobile app...
Katharine and David Lowrie have done it! Flying the BirdLife flag at the Venezuelan finish line

Couple sponsoring BirdLife are first in the world to run the entire length of South America unsupported, but supported nature throughout

Tue, 22/10/2013
Record breaking ecologist-adventurer couple have been acting for nature with every step of their daily marathons

New tool helps local people put a value on nature’s services

Wed, 16/10/2013
Scientists have published a paper describing a ground-breaking new tool for assessing the value of services delivered by nature at important sites for biodiversity conservation.

BirdLife calls for an ambitious response as IPCC finds greater certainty of human influence on climate change

Fri, 27/09/2013
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change states with greater confidence and authority than ever that climate change is happening, and that human influence on climate is clear. BirdLife is calling for the importance of healthy ecosystems to be effectively written into national, regional and international climate change and development policy.

Scientists identify top ten priority regions for climate adaptation funding to secure food security and biodiversity

Tue, 17/09/2013
Tropical regions highlighted as areas in need of adaptation funding by first global study of combined climate change impacts on people and nature

Video: Working with the Local Community in San Rafael Forest, Paraguay

Thu, 12/09/2013
A conversation about conservation with the Cacique (community leader) at San Rafael Important Bird Area, Paraguay.

Looking for the next Conservation Leaders

Mon, 09/09/2013
The Call for Applications for 2014 Conservation Leadership Programme Awards is open!