Stichting BirdLife Europe (also referred to as “BirdLife Europe” or “BirdLife Europe and Central Asia” elsewhere on this website) is the European and Central Asian Division of BirdLife International, and is one of the six regional offices, or secretariats, of BirdLife International, a global Partnership of autonomous, national non-governmental conservation organisations, with a large grassroots membership in 120 countries and territories.
BirdLife International’s mission is to conserve wild birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, by working with people in their communities towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
Stichting BirdLife Europe has an international team of permanent staff responsible for conservation, science, policy, advocacy, capacity building, fundraising, communications, finance and administration supporting the 48 European and Central Asian BirdLife Partners.



CEMA is the association representing the European agricultural machinery industry. With 11 national member associations, the CEMA network represents both large multinational companies as well as the numerous European SMEs active in this sector. CEMA represents more than 4,500 manufacturers, generating an aggregated annual turnover of more than EUR 26 billion. 135,000 people are directly employed in the sector, with a further 125,000 people working in distribution and maintenance.

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An extension of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s artistic work and commitment to the environment, GoodPlanet, a recognized public interest foundation, aims to make ecology a central issue in order to encourage people to take concrete action for the Earth and its inhabitants.

Created in 2005, the GoodPlanet Foundation develops artistic (7 billion Others, HUMAN, etc.) and educational projects to raise awareness among the general public worldwide.
Through its United Carbon Action Programme, the GoodPlanet Foundation has supported 37 solidarity and environmental projects in 18 countries to date, enabling the construction of some 6,000 biogas reservoirs, the installation of 10,000 solar cookers, and the construction of 7 bioclimatic schools. Altogether, these projects have benefited over 120,000 people.

The Foundation also supports companies in their CSR strategy, and more particularly in their initiatives to measure, reduce and offset their greenhouse gas emissions.
In 2015, the GoodPlanet Foundation launched the programme “The solution is on the plate!” which promotes 60 solutions and 100 concrete initiatives for responsible food consumption, taking into account pleasure, public health, and climate protection.

In July 2015, Paris City Council entrusted the Domaine de Longchamp to the Foundation for a 30-year period.

The first site dedicated to ecology and humanism in Paris, inaugurated in May 2017, free and open to all, the Fondation GoodPlanet – Domaine de Longchamp promotes the values of generosity and sharing. With its proactive and participatory programme, the Fondation GoodPlanet – Domaine de Longchamp welcomes and aims to inspire all those looking to contribute to a more sustainable and just world.

The GoodPlanet Foundation has been awarded the IDEAS Label for its governance, financial management, and efficient programmes.

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If you are interested in becoming a supporting organization, please contact:
Elvire de Nicolay