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 44 Partners from 43 countries, including in all EU Member states.
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Today, the members of the Environment Committee of the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Nature Restoration Law as agreed in the trilogue negotiations, approving the final text with 53 to 28 votes. The proposal is now only one step away from the European Parliament’s side of the co-decision process to become reality: adoption in plenary.