BIODIVERSITY MANIFESTO REPORTS

See how Hunters have achieved their goals to conserve biodiversity in Europe

REPORTS

Since 2013, the European Federation for Hunting and Conservation (FACE) has been gathering evidence to evaluate the progress made by Europe’s hunters under the Biodiversity Manifesto.

Each year, this evidence is outlined in a Report .

2020

6th Biodiversity Manifesto Report

Hunters actively conserve biodiversity via species and habitat management, research and monitoring as well as communication and awareness raising. Hunters’ actions already contribute to achieving the actions set out in the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030. Download PDF

2019

5th Biodiversity Manifesto Report

Hunters have achieved their goals to conserve biodiversity and are ahead in implementing the EU biodiversity strategy. Despite the hunters’ successes, the EU has failed to reach its 2020 target to halt biodiversity loss. Download PDF - DE - FR

2018

4th Biodiversity Manifesto Report

This Report focuses on the contribution of hunters to the monitoring of biodiversity.
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2017

3th Biodiversity Manifesto Report

This report is based on 300 projects out of which 45% are occurring on farmland and aiming to conserve mainly 3 species: the Grey Partridge, the European Hare and the Red Grouse. Download PDF - DE - FR

2016

2nd Biodiversity Manifesto Report

The focus of this report is on hunters’ contribution to the implementation of the EU Nature Directives. 2016 was a year dominated with discussions about the Fitness Check of EU nature legislation. Download PDF - DE - FR

2015

1st Biodiversity Manifesto Report

In 2016, FACE published the first Report on the Biodiversity Manifesto that states on 181 projects and focuses on actions that contribute directly towards the targets set in EU Biodiversity Strategy 2020. Download PDF - DE - FR

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Learn more about FACE:

As an international advocacy organisation, FACE actively represents the interests, values and needs of Europe’s national hunting associations, composed of 7 million hunters.

Contact details

FACE – Rue Belliard 205
1040, Bruxelles BELGIUM
communication@face.eu
+32 (0)2 732 6900

FACE – European Federation for Hunting and Conservation

Follow us on social media: @faceforhunters

www.face.eu

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