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How a young volunteer is helping the Egyptian vulture to soar againThe Egyptian vulture is one of the most threatened species on the planet. Due to poaching, electrocution, poison, and lack of food, its population in the Balkans has declined by more than 80% over the past 30 years. A Portuguese volunteer has travelled to Greece in a bid to help reverse this worrying trend.
Preventing a lionfish invasion in the MediterraneanThe ornate lionfish is one of the world’s most venomous marine creatures. It is also a skilled hunter that can destroy native fish populations and severely impact ecosystems. The team at RELIONMED-LIFE is determined to stop this invasive predator’s advance into the Mediterranean.
Summer in the city: green infrastructure to keep urban areas coolThe last 5 years have been the hottest on record. Temperature records were broken in cities across Czechia, Spain, Germany, France, and Poland. Meanwhile, public health warnings were issued in Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland due to the intense warmth. The team at LIFE Tree Check has come up with several solutions that can help cities across central Europe cope when the heat is on.