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Ariel Brunner, Senior Head of Policy
All of us know the challenges of managing our budgets - of saving bit by bit for something we are keen to do,  or to have, of splurging foolishly on something that we know deep inside is beyond our means, of just not having enough sometimes to make ends meet as the month draws to a close. And we know that the choices we make with our hard-earned money are true reflections of ourselves [...] Read more...


As EU Heads of State assembled in Brussels to discuss the EU budget, European NGOs demonstrated to demand more money to protect biodiversity. With nature conservation glaringly absent from the discussions on the future of Europe, NGOs called on those gathered to break the ‘Silence of the Leaders’. Read more...

VIDEO: RSPB (BirdLife UK)'s Coasts in Crisis Appeal

According to Kristina Barnes, the story of 'The 3 Little Pigs' holds an important lesson on why the EU must break open the piggy bank and start investing seriously in nature.

Can the European Commission’s proposed reform of the Common Agricultural Policy reverse the environmental crisis on Europe’s farmland? It all depends on the ability of the EU to hold Member States accountable.

Meet the three Nature's Heroes chosen by our Belarusian partner APB (Akhova Ptushak Batskaushchyny): Dr Vladimir Ivanovski, Mikhail Ermolich and Mikalay Varabey. 
Money, money, money
Always sunny
In the rich man's world
Aha aha
All the things I could do
If I had a little money
It's a rich man's world
It's a rich man's world
- ABBA






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