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The people have spoken: it’s time to #RestoreNature. What happens now?

Tue, 13/04/2021

After decades of attempts to convince governments and businesses to stop the exploitati

Oroklini lake, Cyprus

The Rewards of Nature Restoration

Fri, 09/04/2021
Over the course of the next few months, we are going to take a deep dive into the many benefits of nature restoration with a written docu-series: the rewards of nature restoration. It will feature fascinating stories of large-scale nature restoration in Europe, and the people behind them.

Diclofenac claims first official victim in Europe: the Cinereous Vulture

Thu, 08/04/2021
A Cinerous Vulture born in 2020 in the Boumort National Hunting Reserve has now been confirmed as the first victim of a vulture species to die from poisoning by veterinary diclofenac in Europe.

BirdLife threatens to walk out from Taxonomy Platform on Sustainable Finance

Fri, 02/04/2021

Right now, the European Commission is working towards finalising its sustainable financ

The EU and the UK have agreed to keep working together. What’s in it for nature?

Fri, 26/02/2021
For four and a half years, we have been working our way through the intricate and complex world of EU-UK trade negotiations. Now that the transition period is behind us, we can begin to assess this event’s implications for nature. Take a deep dive into the issue with our weekend long read.