We believe that our actions are providing both practical and sustainable solutions benefiting Nature and People. BirdLife News are the most signification examples of BirdLife Partnership project from every corner of the globe. And it is the way the world’s biggest conservation Partnership talks with you about environmental emergencies and conservation successes. You’re welcome to start conversations with BirdLife authors by adding comments to the articles and if you are a blogger you can help us by embedding those widgets in your site.

Don’t want to miss any News from BirdLife International? Follow our News by Email

Holding on to the EU’s climate ambition?

Tue, 06/09/2016
Fighting climate change is the perfect example of a global challenge that requires cross-border action. Most EU citizens see climate change as a serious problem and believe that governments and businesses are responsible for tackling it.
Over 18,000 Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) have been identified so far © Dimitri B

Top conservation players partner to identify the most vital places for life on earth

Sat, 03/09/2016

Today, eleven of the world’s leading conservation organisations, including Bird

Are you a soaring White-headed Vulture? © Andy & Gill Swash

Which vulture species are you?

Fri, 02/09/2016
Do you find yourself doing loads of work to help people without ever getting any credit? Maybe you have more in common with a vulture than you think.

It's autumn, free the Nature Directives!

Thu, 01/09/2016

It’s “back to school” for the European Commission after the summer break and one of the

Planet at the crossroads

Thu, 01/09/2016
The IUCN World Conservation Congress starts today in Hawai’i. Eleven of the world’s leading environmental organisations pledge to use new “common language” to map and save important nature on Earth.
European Bee-eater © Javier Milla

Making a difference: the impact of BirdLife

Wed, 24/08/2016
Biodiversity is in decline across the world, with unsustainable development destroying natural habitats and driving species extinct. This is reducing the capacity of our planet to sustain us into the future, and often causes the poorest in society to lose out. BirdLife International is playing a unique and critical role in tackling this crisis.
Sedimentation in Lake Kivu, fish breeding sites are threatened ©ACNR

Efforts to enhance climate change resilience in the Lake Kivu and Rusizi River Basins

Thu, 18/08/2016
The CRAG project is applying various conservation approaches and activities, such as integrated water management; ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change; soil erosion, pollution and forest management; and community livelihoods, which have impact across a landscape gradient in ways that directly benefit human wellbeing and the biodiversity.

Protect a Little Paradise

Mon, 15/08/2016
BirdLife Cook Islands Partner launches a partnership with hotels and resorts to `give a little back' and help protect the environment and biodiversity of the Cooks. The new initiative is known as Mana Tiaki and is already attracting growing support.