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PvdD in actie voor natuur: 'Geen censuur op natuur!' https://europa.partijvoordedieren.nl/news/pvdd-in-actie-voor-natuur-geen-censuur-op-natuur

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PvdD in actie voor natuur: 'Geen censuur op natuur!' https://europa.partijvoordedieren.nl/news/pvdd-in-actie-voor-natuur-geen-censuur-op-natuur

Felled trees in Eastern Slovakia

Protected forests in Europe felled to meet EU renewable targets – report

Felled trees in Eastern Slovakia - Protected forests in Europe felled to meet EU renewable targets – report Europe’s bioenergy plants are burning trees felled from protected conservation areas rather than using forest waste, new report shows

"Agribusiness giants have always interfered in the decisions of governments and international regulatory agencies in order to increase their profits from the agrichemicals market, as well as to keep their control on the food market.".. Pesticides, once used, do not dissolve into thin air, but persist in the environment, contaminating soil, air and water.

New Study Shows Glyphosate Contaminated Soils Put Half of Europe at Risk

TTIP -- how big polluters are hijacking the world's climate future - YouTube

How Big Polluters are hijacking the world’s climate future SumOfUs - TTIP and climate talks -- how big polluters are hijacking the world's climate future Already shared the video? Then please sign the petition to stop TTIP if you haven't already.

Gif: Made in Europe - Gifklikker

Gif: Made in Europe - Gifklikker

Man appears to choreograph mass penguin dance sequence  An intrepid tourist trying to photograph a colony of penguins near Antarctica became an unwitting dance instructor for the animals recently when he raised his arms in the air.  Other tourists visiting St. Andrews Bay on the island of South Georgia captured images of thousands of penguins imitating the man’s moves as he stood on a rock with his camera.  It was a magnificent scene, and enough to make the man think the adorable creatures…

Photographer captures awesome picture of chicks copying his pose

With 25,000 seabirds drowned by fishing nets in South America every year, it's time for tougher rule enforcement…

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seabirds die in southern cone fisheries every year

Planet at the crossroads

The IUCN World Conservation Congress starts today in Hawai’i. Eleven of the world’s leading environmental organisations pledge to use new “common language” to map and save important nature on Earth.

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For nearly 100 years, BirdLife has been working to protect birds globally. Read about our history here:…

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Storytelling et ligne éditoriale, à vous de jouer !

Welcome to the latest edition of ‘The Bird Bulletin’ – our new weekly news brief with we’ll bring you bite-sized updates from across Europe & Central Asia.

Conservación en tiempos de guerra

Meet Azzam Alwash, the man who left a life of luxuries behind in the US to return to his native Iraq to restore his country’s historically significant wetlands.

Overfishing and climate change push seabirds to extinction

Overfishing and climate change push seabirds to extinction

Kittiwakes and gannets are among seabirds that have joined endangered species on IUCN red list as food stocks dwindle, says study

Sign the petition: the Australian government must not allow the destruction of Christmas Island's pristine rainforest for the sake of a…

Don't Ruin Christmas: mining threatens wildlife haven Christmas Island

It’s the first discovery of its kind, a 99-million-year-old feathered tail of a dinosaur!

Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber

This photograph shows the tip of a preserved dinosaur tail section, showing carbon film at its surface exposure, and feathers arranged in keels down both sides of tail. Image via Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM/ R.

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