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No More New Hydropower In Europe: A Manifesto

Mon, 26/10/2020

For decades in Europe we have been building hydropower plants along our rivers, damagin

5 Reasons to ban lead shot in wetlands

Fri, 23/10/2020

Lead is poison for birds, biodiversity and people.

Press release: European Parliament wants to kill off nature for good

Thu, 22/10/2020

This Friday, Members of the European Parliament will conclude a series of nature-killin

Yellow Fever is one of many threats to the Northern Muriqui's survival © Rodrigo Silva

How conservation can prevent future pandemics

Tue, 20/10/2020
In the midst of the COVID crisis, we're all wondering how we can stop this happening again. Two experts from our Conservation Leadership Programme offer their insights.

Tracking Ocean Wanderers

Mon, 19/10/2020
The journey of Bird Island’s “modern wandering albatross” moves into its next phase! If you have been following #AlbatrossStories, you may remember one of our recent blogs where we pondered “What is it like being a modern wandering albatross?”
Europe's nature is disappearing under unsustainable farming and expanding towns.  The new State of Nature in the EU shows alarming figures

The new State of Nature in the EU shows alarming figures

Mon, 19/10/2020
Today the European Environment Agency’s and the European Com
The Mama-Mama gather to monitor the forests of Mbeliling © Muhammad Meisa

From rural housewives to Mother Guards of the forest

Thu, 15/10/2020
Meet the “Mama-Mama Penjaga Mbeliling” – a group of Indonesian women who believe their duty of care extends far beyond just their children. Taking the future of the forest under their wing, they are unafraid to challenge destructive practices.