Nature Conservation

The future of European and African waterbird conservation was decided this week (4-8 December 2018) in Durban, South Africa. 78 parties attended the 7th Meeting of Parties (MoP) of the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) decided on several important developments for waterbird conservation and management...

Bucking a major general trend, the overall status of waterbird populations listed on the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) has slightly improved over the last ten years. The findings are being released ahead of World Migratory Bird Day, an annual, UN-backed global awareness-raising and environmental...

Register now for the conference "Communicating the Role of Hunters in Europe", hosted by MEPs Renata Briano and Karl-Heinz Florenz, and organised in cooperation with FACE - European Federation for Hunting and Conservation. [button size='big' style='' text='REGISTER NOW FOR THE CONFERENCE' icon='fa-arrow-right' icon_color='' link='http://conference.face.eu/' target='_blank' color='#ffffff'...

Two hunters together with the Nuova Demi quarry company owner undertook to restore a wetland situated between the Brembo and Adda rivers, on a migration axis. After years of work, the site hosts now 65 ha of wetland of rare beauty and biodiversity and welcomes...

FACE welcomes the decision (on 5 July) of the leaders of the European Parliament’s political groups to grant the Environment Committee “shared competence” with the Agriculture Committee in the environmental aspects of the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Previously, the Agriculture Committee had the dominate lead...

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