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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.

 
 
  • Companies must prepare concrete action plans for saving biodiversity03/20/2019

    Companies must prepare concrete action plans for saving biodiversity

    In future, companies will have to submit a Biodiversity Action Plan for certification according to the UEBT standard. In cooperation with the Global Nature Fund, the Union for Ethical BioTrade has published a guideline that supports companies in developing and implementing measures for the sustainable use and conservation of biological diversity.

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  • Green diversity instead of grey cement02/27/2019

    Green diversity instead of grey cement

    Worldwide, the loss of biodiversity has taken on dramatic forms. But the economy and society are in many ways dependent on intact nature. With the new LIFE BooGI-BOP project, seven European partners are supporting companies throughout Europe in the biodiversity-oriented design of business premises in order to contribute to the protection of species.

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  • A trickle of hope02/05/2019

    A trickle of hope

    The Jordan, once a mighty river between Jordan, Israel and Palestine, has shrunk to a trickle. Providing local residents with clean water is a daily challenge. With a pilot project, the Global Nature Fund (GNF) and EcoPeace Middle East want to mitigate and improve the water situation in the community of Deir Alla and in the Sharhabil Bin Hassneh EcoPark in Jordan.

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  • "The Venice of Africa" sinks into the rubbish - Lake Nokoué in Benin is Threatened Lake of the Year 201901/29/2019

    "The Venice of Africa" sinks into the rubbish - Lake Nokoué in Benin is Threatened Lake of the Year 2019

    Waste and chemicals jeopardise the already fragile ecosystem of Lake Nokoué in Benin, West Africa. Waste, untreated household and industrial waste water are disposed in the lake. Urgent action is needed to mitigate the human impact on the lake and ensure a sustainable future for the generations to come.

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