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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

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Nature/Biological Diversity | 06.05.19

IPBES: species loss threatens foundations of our lives

The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) released its global assessment report on the state of nature. The message: nature's condition is deteriorating dramatically.
Nature/Biological Diversity | 01.03.19

Decade on Ecosystem Restoration adopted

The United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution to proclaim 2021 to 2030 the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Europe and the Environment | 11.10.18

Germany and Poland enhance cooperation

Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze and her Polish colleague Henryk Kowalczyk signed a new agreement on transboundary environmental assessments (EIA) at the 13th German-Polish Environment Council in Neuhardenberg.
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.