We actively work on the ground to protect habitats and species. One of our main action fields focuses on wetland management and restoration, but we also preserve very different natural areas, such as the thermophilic forest on the Canary Islands, l’Albufera lake in Valencia or dehesas in Extremadura. We spend our time and effort to protect endangered species like the aquatic warbler, traditional cattle breeds like the Blanca cacereña cow, or wild species that play a key role in ecosystems but whose populations are declining, like the common rabbit.
We consider that long-term conservation requires combining technical expertise when working on the ground and the creation of alliances with all involved stakeholders. To this end, our work on other fields, like the promotion of sustainability in the agrifood sector, is always linked to our commitment to nature conservation.
From October 2017 to the end of 2020, three regions of the Iberian Peninsula (Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and Valencia) will benefit from the actions included in the LIFE Paludicola project. The activities will focus on the restoration of the habitat of the aquatic warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola), the most endangered passerine bird in Europe, during its spring and autumn migrations.
Fundación Global Nature
Sostenibles por Naturaleza
Desde 1993 dedicados a la conservación de la naturaleza y la funcionalidad de los ecosistemas