The world’s governments need to commit to deep and fair greenhouse gas emissions reductions that gives people and ecosystems a fighting chance to adapt.
Protecting birds from power lines is a global issue which can’t be solved by single states yet a number of practical mitigation measures exist.
An Introduction to Conservation and Human Rights for BirdLife Partners provides an overview of some of the human rights relevant to a conservation context.
The BirdLife International Partnership seek endorsement for conference resolutions which, if adopted, could help halt or reverse the catastrophic decline in numbers of many migratory species of birds.
Populations of long-distance migratory landbirds are declining rapidly in the African-Eurasian flyway and urgent actions are needed across regions.
Adaptation strategies aim to reduce the impact and cost of climate change by decreasing vulnerability and increasing resilience.
Local knowledge, motivation, sustainability, efficiency, legitimacy and empowerment are all benefits of working locally.
Ecosystem-based approaches to adaptation is an effective approach to adaptation that deserves more policy support.
BirdLife wants approval for resolution to improve the conservation status of African-Eurasian migratory landbirds.
Some of the world’s leading experts on climate change, wildlife and natural systems gathered earlier today at the UK's Royal Society, to discuss the latest research on the ecological impacts of global warming
Poisoning – both deliberate and accidental – is one of the major problems facing migratory birds worldwide.
BirdLife International is challenging the energy sector to improve the bird safety standards of powerlines in Europe.
BirdLife International is supporting a proposal on addressing climate change issues for migratory species.
BirdLife Internatiional is supporting the proposal for listing Saker Falcon on the CMS list of Endangered Migratory Species.
Ghosts of Gone Birds - an unprecedented exhibition of original art, writing and music has opened in the East End of London.
The Big Year film, starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson and Jack Black, opens across the US.
The Conservation Leadership Programme is currently soliciting applications for 2012 Conservation Awards.
BirdLife is launching a Local Empowerment Programme to provide more effective support for Local Conservation Groups, and to strengthen and expand networks of local organisations...
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