Romanian national parks and forest at risk

By |junij 27th, 2019|Biodiversity, conservation, EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy, forests, News, Romania, Romanian Presidency|

Romania hosts the largest remains of natural and old growth forests in the whole of the EU. However, they are not on the safe side yet, writes Luc Bas.

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‘Natural solutions’ in focus as EU hosts climate summit with China, Canada

By |junij 20th, 2018|conservation, conservation agriculture, deforestation, forests, News|

The Nature4Climate Initiative is officially being launched in Brussels on Wednesday (20 June) by a coalition of conservation organisations, business groups, the UNDP and other major environmental NGOs.

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Are we crying wolf? A European tale of farmers vs. nature

By |december 8th, 2017|Birds and Habitats Directives, Chambres de l'agriculture, conservation, European Alliance for Wolf Conservation, farmers, Ferus, hunting, illegal killings, IUCN, Large carnivores, Nature Directive, News, Semprona, wolves|

Wolves have made a comeback in Europe, and politicians struggle to find the balance between nature and farmers. But some cry wolf.

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Cetaceans are under fresh threat in the EU

By |september 19th, 2017|Baltic Sea, cetacean bycatch, conservation, fisheries, marine ecosystems, News, porpoises, trailing|

Cetacean bycatch has been a major conservation and animal welfare concern in the EU for decades, but moves are afoot to potentially water down protections for such sensitive marine species. Sarah Dolman, Sarah Baulch and Jo Swabe argue that better monitoring and mitigation measures in new legislation could help to eliminate this problem.

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