The BirdLife Partnership policy team reflect on the gloomy outcome of the latest UN biodiversity meeting in Kenya, saying that governments now have only five months to put the world on a nature-positive trajectory before CBD COP15 in December.
In 1969, the Stonewall riots occurred in New York City, often considered the moment the modern LGBTQ+ movement was born. Three years later—one week after BirdLife (then ICBP) celebrated its 50-year anniversary—2,000 people gathered in London for what would become the city’s first Pride march.
Patricia Zurita joins CNN's Bill Weir to host an episode of CNN International's ground-breaking series Call to Earth, called Protecting Nature's Highways, about the wonders of migration and the global flyways migrating birds use.
On the ground with the BirdLife Partnership's policy team, Amy McDougall (BirdLife’s Global Biodiversity Policy Coordinator) explains how we’re influencing the CBD meeting in Kenya and why it is so important. It’s time to build consensus and thrash out a framework to save nature.
It’s World Albatross Day and we’re celebrating the incredible lives of the world’s most threatened seabirds and sharing the efforts of BirdLife Partners working to protect albatrosses around the world.
A new assessment released by Birdlife Europe and the European Environmental Bureau finds that EU Member States are failing to use CAP funds to address environmental degradation from intensive agriculture practices. This comes in time when Member States are putting final touch on their CAP strategic plans before their submission for the approval by the European Commission.
With a helping hand, restoring nature across our planet is entirely possible. From mountains to oceans, forests to wetlands, when exploitative activities end and barriers to recovery are removed, degraded landscapes can recover – providing benefits for both nature and people.