Live from the UN biodiversity meetings in Geneva, the BirdLife policy team urgently calls for governments to raise ambition and act for people and planet by calling for a ‘nature-positive’ world by 2030
In Senegal, a new project on participatory ecology and community resilience to climate change will contribute to restoring the biodiversity of a wetland of international importance, and improve people’s livelihoods.
Around the world, millions of people depend on forests for their livelihoods and survival. On the International Day of Forests, we explore how sustainable forest management is key to protecting forests whilst ensuring that communities can benefit from forest resources for generations to come.
The new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is supposed to support the transition towards more sustainable agriculture, putting the climate and biodiversity crises at its core. The CAP strategic plans (CSPs) were supposed to be the tools to put this practice, but our latest assessment shows it is far from it.
The world’s countries are currently negotiating a new agreement to protect marine life and govern impacts of activities in the high seas. These discussions will define the future of a vast stretch of ocean previously seen by many as ‘out of sight, out of mind’.
More than 85 NGOs are calling on the European Union to not derail the EU Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies on the false claim that European food security is threatened by the current Russia-Ukraine war