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Wolves once more in the firing line
by Begle Caroline published Oct 20, 2016 last modified Jul 07, 2021 01:11 AM — filed under: , ,
Downgrading the protected status of the wolf, control, even wolf-free zones: these are some of the demands of the Alpine farming federations in the Alpine regions as part of the fitness check conducted on the Fauna Flora Habitat (FFH) directive. Nature conservation organisations respond.
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What counts for the diversity of Alpine species
by zopemaster published Mar 12, 2013 last modified Jul 07, 2021 01:08 AM — filed under: , , , ,
An international team of researchers has decided on the 50 most important questions for the connecting of habitats in the Alpine regions. Research, support and projects should thus now all be singing in unison. What really counts for the Alpine space?
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CIPRA's point of view: Co-operation, not killing
by zopemaster published Aug 23, 2013 last modified Jul 07, 2021 01:08 AM — filed under: , , , , ,
The authorities in Graubünden are demanding that bears be shot in Italy before they cross into Switzerland and potentially cause problems there. Is a preventive shooting really suitable to prevent conflicts with humans?
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Crying wolf?
by CIPRA International published Sep 30, 2015 last modified Jul 07, 2021 01:13 AM — filed under: ,
The protected status of the wolf is being ever more vehemently called into question. French sheep farmers have fuelled the debate further by taking hostages. Those living in the mountains meanwhile remain divided.
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