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Here the Global Nature Fund presents its latest press releases in English. For further press releases in German, please click here.

 
 
  • Together for species protection: Global Nature Fund helps companies become more biodiversity-friendly08/04/2022

    Together for species protection: Global Nature Fund helps companies become more biodiversity-friendly

    – Next to climate change, species extinction is the biggest environmental problem of our time
    – Global Nature Fund supports companies in making their premises fit for biodiversity
    –European Green Premises Conference in September 2022 offers forum for exchange between business and politics

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  • Flowering areas, but the right way! Expert discussion for insect-promoting regions reaps encouragement08/03/2022

    Flowering areas, but the right way! Expert discussion for insect-promoting regions reaps encouragement

    – In mid-July, a guided tour of flowering areas took place in the Bliesgau Biosphere Reserve as part of the project "LIFE Insect-Responsible Sourcing Regions".
    – Representatives of agriculture, authorities and nature conservation discussed the possibilities and limits of flowering areas as an insect protection measure.
    – Native wild plant species are an important component for the conservation of our native insect diversity.

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  • Water bodies under stress: Flash study illustrates effects of climate change on lakes in Germany07/27/2022

    Water bodies under stress: Flash study illustrates effects of climate change on lakes in Germany

    – The study "Lakes and Climate Change" by Global Nature Fund and Grüne Liga e.V. examines the impact of global warming on domestic waters
    – Rising temperatures and human pressure are changing the sensitive water ecosystems
    – GNF: Decisive action is needed to protect unique habitats and the climate at the same time

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  • Role model against climate change: GNF project on sustainable fisheries provides basis for environmental protection measures in Colombia06/23/2022

    Role model against climate change: GNF project on sustainable fisheries provides basis for environmental protection measures in Colombia

    The Colombian fisheries authority AUNAP adopts recommendations of the Global Nature Fund and the Fundación Humedales for a new regulation of the closed seasons for the tiger catfish, which should better protect fish stocks from the consequences of climate change. The landmark decision can serve as a model for inland waters worldwide.

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