BIRDLIFE EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA
BirdLife Europe & Central Asia works to conserve birds and biodiversity by focusing on species, sites and habitats, ecological sustainability and engagement of people. Based in Brussels, we are supported by 45 Partners from 44 countries, including in all EU Member states.
Latest news from Europe and Central Asia
Every year, millions of seabirds travel to the Baltic Sea for the winter. But this is not a journey without peril. For those in the know, this region is infamous for being a global hotspot for seabird bycatch. The main culprit being gillnets. But the Lithuanian government is diving deep into murky waters to keep their bycatch problem a secret.
Our food system, the ways in which we produce food, is in grave danger due to both the climate crisis, and the alarming rate biodiversity is being wiped out. Shifting towards different consumption patterns is crucial not just for our food system, but in order to stop overstepping (or better, overeating) our planetary boundaries.