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Butterfly initiative, 2011-2020 United Nations Decade for Biodiversity, IPBES 1st Global Assessment Details Options for Pollinator Protections, German Capital of Biodiversity, WWF EU sniffer dog programme, German Capital of Biodiversity 2011 - Hannover, International Bonn Forest Days 2011, Bonn wins the vote to host the IPBES secretariat, German Chancellor Angela Merkel Awarded Special Biodiversity Prize, UN establishs an Intergovernmental Science Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, International experts on biodiversity adopt Frankfurt Declaration, Vitoria-Gasteiz – European Green Capital 2012, Nantes – European Green Capital 2013, Stockholm: European Green Capital 2010, Hamburg - European Green Capital 2011, The first meeting of the European Marine World Heritage, Guidelines to reconcile wind energy development and biodiversity policy, Cyanide mining technologies should be banned in the EU, European Natura 2000 Award, Commission announces new strategy to halt biodiversity loss within ten years, 300 million farmland birds lost since 1980, Natura 2000 network expanded, Third meeting of the World Biodiversity Council (IPBES), European Parliament rejected calls to ban deepwater drilling in Europe's waters, European Commission launches platform to help resolve social conflicts over large carnivores, Jülich scientists conduct research on climate in Europe using Zeppelin NT, REDD+ Partnership, New financial instruments for environment, energy efficiency and climate action projects, European Parliamnet adopts resolution to halt biodiversity loss by 2020, Madagascar pochards need new wetland home, New EU Action to protect biodiversity against problematic invasive species, European Red List of Birds launch, Stress tests for Europe's atomic power plants, New fund a major boost for Amazon protection, Map of Life goes live, Two new frog species discovered in the Philippines, Commission review gives Member States a ‘must do better’ report for Marine Strategies, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research founded in Leipzig, Agreement on biodiversity in the Council, New EU initiative to protect biodiversity and fight wildlife crime, European Commission launches public debate on protecting Europe's forests against climate change, Australia to kill 2mn feral felines to protect native species, International Day for Biological Diversity, First European Agro-Biodiversity Day, High-level Meeting of the UN General Assembly on biological diversity, UN Summit of small island states: working together to protect the climate and biodiversity, 1st International BION Conference in Bonn, „Biodiversity Protection – Beyond 2010“, International Ministerial Forum on Biodiversity in Geneva, IPBES 1: Erste Plenarsitzung des Weltbiodiversitätsrats IPBES, Overcultivation in Europe, Animal of the Year 1995 is the Apollo butterfly, Butterfly of the Year 2011 is the Purple emperor, Butterfly of the Year 2009 is the European Peacock butterfly, Butterfly of the Year 2010 is the Scarlet Tiger, Butterfly of the Year 2012 is the Small Emperor Moth, Butterfly of the Year 2008 ist the Silver-studded Blue, Insect of the Year 2008 is the Zygaena carniolica, Butterfly of the Year 2004 is the Orange Tip, Butterfly of the Year 2003 is the Scotch argus, Butterfly of the Year 2013 is the Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Butterfly of the Year 2015 is the Red Underwing, Insect of the Year 2015 is the Chalkhill Blue, Campaign "Butterfly of the Year", Butterfly of the Year 2007 is the Map butterfly, Butterfly of the Year 2006 is the Swallowtail, Butterfly of the Year 2005 is the Grayling, Butterfly of the Year 2014 is the Spurge Hawk-moth, Study reveals startling decline in European birds, Herbicide-resistant, genetically modified crops accelerate biodiversity loss, Catastrophic Declines in Earth’s Wilderness Areas, Study Finds, Monarch butterfly migration at risk of disappearing, Population analysis suggests Grauer's gorilla is Critically Endangered, African penguin numbers in sharp decline, Europe's flora is becoming impoverished, EEA report: Air quality in Europe 2013, Environment State and Outlook report — SOER 2010 —released, WWF report: More than 1000 new species found in New Guinea, Official launch of the third edition of Global Biodiversity Outlook, EUA Report "Water resources across Europe — confronting water scarcity and drought", 11,000 alien species invade Europe - A comprehensive overview, Climate Change in Europe - New report released by the European Environment Agency, Results on EU land cover and use published for the first time, Impacts of Europe's changing climate, SOER 2015 — The European environment — state and outlook 2015, Environmental statistics in Europe: Facts and figures on the environment: from environmental taxes to water resources, Greater Mekong Tiger Numbers Have Dropped More Than 70 Percent in 10 Years, Libellen, Käfer und Schmetterlinge in Europa sind gefährdet, Europe's dragonflies, beetles and butterflies under threat, First Digital Map on Land Cover in Europe, Europe’s amphibians and reptiles under threat, Butterfly of the Year 2017 is the Pale Clouded Yellow, Butterfly of the Year 2017 is the Pale Clouded Yellow, European Commission adopts a new Action Plan to improve the protection of nature and biodiversity in the EU, New butterfly species discovered in Israel, Study: Electricity consumption in Europe will shift under climate change, Butterfly of the Year 2018 is the Large Tortoiseshell, Mapping the sources and level of air pollution in Europe: Commission publishes new Air Quality Index and Atlas, Ancient ferns highly threatened in Europe – IUCN Red List