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First bird conservation day in Germany, First, bird, conservation, Germany

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Save the bird of paradise, EU to support development of electric vehicle transport roads in Europe, Brazilian – German Joint Statement on Climate Change, German Federal Cabinet approves Climate Action Plan 2050, Germany deposits instrument of ratification, Federal cabinet adopted the Government Programme for Electric Mobility, Whaling nations block South Atlantic sanctuary plans, Germany marks 30 years of efforts to protect the Antarctic, Commission refers GERMANY to the Court of Justice of the EU over water pollution caused by nitrates, Germany's First Offshore Wind Farm is Formally Commissioned, NABU starts project to to reduce marine litter, Germany is proposing a Marine Protected Area in Antartica, RSK publishes safety review report, Dänisches Wattenmeer wird Teil des Weltnaturerbes, A new president for the Federal Environment Agency, Fossil of the Day to Germany at COP22, Start of an Exemplary Sino-German Cooperation on Municipal Climate Protection between the Cities of Düsseldorf and Wuxi, Germany increases support for forest protection, Hamburg - European Green Capital 2011, Germany offers to host Green Climate Fund, WWF Amazon Day, German nuclear power plants to undergo safety review, Ancient Beech Forests - Germany submits nomination for UNESCO World Heritage List, Permanent German-Dutch Boundary Water Commission celebrates anniversary, European Union Action Plan for the Conservation and Management of Sharks, The first Lynx Path in Germany, Greenhouse gas emissions fall by 2.9 percent in 2011, Emissions trading: 9.4 percent lower CO2 emissions in 2009, Third meeting of the World Biodiversity Council (IPBES), EU Commission closes German case on designation of special protection areas, Greenhouse gas emissions in 2008 at their lowest since 1990, Third National Forest Inventory, Goldman prize 2011: Ursula Sladek, Essen ist Grüne Hauptstadt Europas 2017, Swabian Alb and Bliesgau recognized as UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, New York Climate Summit launches new initiatives to protect forests, Genetically modified corn ban in Germany, First carbon-free polar station opens in Antarctica, Plant for the Planet: The millionth tree in Germany, New initiative for investments in climate action, Fishing for Litter in Germany, Hundreds of thousands protest against nuclear energy, Germany’s Beech Forests inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, Government Adopts Energy Concept, Greenpeace activists protested against the nuclear policy of the German government, First international conservation conference, European conservation conference in Paris, First UN World Population Conference in Bucharest, First UN World Population Conference in Mexico, Fifth UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn (COP 5), MAB ICC 2011 in Dresden, Germany, Near-disaster in the North Sea off Germany, Tanker sinks after explosions at refinery Emsland, First centralised water supply in Germany, First sewage system in Germany, First hydroelectric power, First sewage treatment plant in Germany, First drinking water reservoir in Germany., First soda factory, First synthetic Ammonia production, First Greenpeace activities in Germany, End of leaded standard petrol in Germany, First magazine on chlorine-free paper, Germany's first "Environmental Field Hospitals", First European Environmental Action programme, First car-free Sunday, Climate goals in Germany, First mains water in Zittau, First mains water in Breslau, First sewage treatment works, First waste incineration plant., Federal Republic of Germany becomes the 64th member state of UNESCO, Germany's first electricity generated by nuclear power, First regulations on health and material quality, First regulation on orderly waste disposal, First general administrative guidelines under the Federal Immissions Control Act (Technical Guidelines on Air Quality - TA Luft), EEC commission guideline on preservation of wild bird species (79/409/EWG), German national sustainability strategy " Perspectives for Germany", Environmental matters: European Commission takes Germany to Court over Access to Justice, ASCOBANS, Germany first country to ratify IRENA's Statute, Commission refers Germany to the Court of Justice of the EU over failure to apply Directive on mobile air conditioning, Low-emission zones, Emissions trading: auctioning of allowances in Germany to be launched in 2010, Vogel des Jahres 1971 ist der Wanderfalke, Bird of the Year 1972 is the Little Owl, Bird of the Year 1974 is the House martin, Bird of the Year 1975 is the Eurasien Golden Plover, Bird of the Year 1976 is the Hoopoe, Bird of the Year 1977 is the Barn owl, Bird of the Year 1978 is the Common Crane, Bird of the Year 1979 is the Barn Swallow, Bird of the Year 1980 is the Black Grouse, Bird of the Year 1981 is the Black Woodpecker, Bird of the Year 1982 is the Curlew, Bird of the Year 1983 is the Sand Martin, Bird of the Year 1984 is the White Stork, Bird of the Year 1985 is the Red-backed Shrike, Bird of the Year 1986 is the Rook, Bird of the Year 1987 is the Whinchat, Bird of the Year 1988 is the Wryneck, Bird of the Year 1989 is the Reed Warbler, Bird of the Year 1990 is the Golden Oriole, Bird of the Year 1991 is the Grey Partridge, Bird of the Year 1992 is the Robin, Bird of the Year 1993 is the Little Ringed Plover, Bird of the Year 1994 is the White stork, Bird of the Year 1995 is the Nightingale, Bird of the Year 1996 is the Lapwing, Bird of the Year 1997 is the Great Spotted Woodpecker, Bird of the Year 1998 is the Skylark, Bird of the Year 1999 is the Yellowhammer, Bird of the Year 2001 is the Great Crested Grebe, Bird of the Year 2002 is the House Sparrow, Bird of the Year 2016 is the European goldfinch, Bird of The Year 2010 is the Great Cormorant, Bird of the Year 2012 is the Jackdaw, Living Lake of the Year 2016 - Lake Constance, Bird of the Year 2014 is the European Green Woodpecker, Bird of the Year 2015 is the Hawk, Bird of the Year 2008 is the Common Cuckoo, Bird of the Year 2007 is the Common Kestrel, Bird of the Year 2006 is the Eurasian Nuthatch, Bird of the Year 2011 is the Redstart, Bird of the Year 2012 is the Common Snipe, Bird of the Year 2017 is the Tawny Owl, Bird of the Year 2004 is the Wren, Germany: Air quality 2010, Interim assessment of air quality data of 2012, New record: renewables make up 78% of power consumption, Sperm Whale Stranding in the Nort Sea, Germany: Particulate matter concentrations also high in 2009, Germany: Hottest April in 120 Years, Sunniest spring ever recorded, Germany August 2010 was the rainiest on record, First report to the Club of Rome, Sustainable development in Germany, First report by the German Environment Ministry's Advisory Scientific Council, Federal Agency for Nature presents red list of vertebrates in Germany, UBA study: Germany able to make 43-percent savings on its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, More Critically Endangered birds on IUCN Red List than ever, Kartendienst zur Luftqualität, Germany met its climate protection commitments under the Kyoto Protocol in 2008, Jjoint study by BMU, UBA and BDE: Climate protection potential of waste industry, Foreign Office publishes “Who is Who of the Energiewende in Germany”, German Premiere of Jacques Perrin's "Oceans", Levels of particulate matter too high in Germany’s urban areas, WWF Study: Germany's Water Footprint, European Commission warns Germany of continued air pollution breaches, Living Lake of the Year 2017 - Lake Steinhude, Germany has become the first country in the European Union (EU) to introduce a limit on uranium in drinking water, Bird of the Year 2018 is the the European starling, The Federal Cabinet adopted a Copernicus strategy for Germany, 60 packs of wolves living across Germany, 23th UN Climate Conference (COP23 | CMP13), Federal Environment Agency publishes maps on nitrate pollution of rivers in Germany (Nitrate Reports 2008, 2012 and 2016 and EU Nitrate Directive (91/676/EEC)), Green belt Germany becomes national heritage of nature, German Packaging Act comes into force at the beginning of 2019


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