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    The hunting season is now open.

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  • How to eat fish sustainably and support conservation objectives

    Enjoy eating fish and also love marine wildlife? You’re not alone. Did you know about some of the problems faced by seabirds as a result of the fishing industry? Want to learn more about our work and how you can eat fish sustainably? Read on.  The Mediterranean has long been a source of seafood for…
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  • Help us save stranded seabirds!

    Light pollution is a major and growing threat for breeding Yelkouan Shearwater (Garnija), Scopoli’s Shearwater (Ċiefa) and Mediterranean Storm-petrel (Kanġu ta’ Filfla) in the Maltese Islands.   Artificial light at night is a powerful disruptive force capable of influencing the behaviour of both adults and fledgling birds, altering their behaviour around breeding colonies or on their…
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  • Malta should support a cleaner Mediterranean Sea through an Emission Control Area

    A proposal to declare the Mediterranean Sea an area where ships are obliged to switch to a cleaner fuel has so far gained the support of various Mediterranean states, with Malta still not declaring its position on this motion. Environment Ministry officials attending the COP22 – the meeting of the Contracting Parties of the Barcelona…
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  • Hands off green spaces in schools!

    BirdLife Malta is highly disappointed by plans to build a community centre in the outdoor space within the school grounds of Marsaxlokk Primary. Green spaces in schools have high educational value for outdoor learning through nature and are linked with student mental and physical health, and general well-being. Green spaces in educational settings are associated…
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