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The diversity of plants and animals and their habitats must be preserved and species loss must be stopped. Through international and national measures as well as "biodiversity-friendly" behavior.

Species Protection

The total number of species reduces dramatically. 35 percent of Germany's native animal species are endangered, for plant species the figure is 26 percent. Find out what actions and "species-protecting" behavior can stop species decrease and preserve the diversity of plants and animals and their habitats.

"I firmly believe that environmental action leads to greater social justice and that the two are inextricably linked."

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Svenja Schulze Federal Environment Minister <b><i>&quot;I firmly believe that environmental action leads to greater social justice and that the two are inextricably linked.&quot;</i></b>

Nature Awareness Study

Population survey on nature and biological diversity

Nature Awareness Study

Latest on species protection

Nature/Biological Diversity | 10.10.18

Measures against insect decline

Minister Svenja Schulze presented her proposals for measures for the Action Programme for Insect Protection laid out in the coalition agreement. An online dialogue has also been initiated in which the public, too, can participate.
Waldweg der an einem Berg entlang führt
Nature/Biological Diversity | 26.07.18

Example in the UNESCO Network of Biosphere Reserves

The doubling in size of the Thuringian Forest biosphere reserve received approval from the World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The network now includes 686 UNESCO biosphere reserves in 122 countries.
Species Protection | 18.07.18

Schulze: We need further trade restrictions on ivory

Great Britain, France, Luxembourg and Germany have written to EU Commissioner Karmenu Vella, urging him to present a proposal for further trade restrictions on antique ivory.
Species Protection | 20.06.18

Federal Cabinet adopts key issues paper

At the proposal of Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze, the German government has adopted the key issues paper on the Action Programme for Insect Protection.