‘ 인간과 습지-공존의 땅, 낙동강하구’
새와생명의터 대표, 나일 무어스 박사님 인터뷰 모습.
2018년 3월 8일(목) 밤 9시 30분 방송. KBS 스페셜 공사창립특집 편,
시청하시면서 캡쳐하신 사진을 보내 주신 보민회원님과 반가운 목소리로 전화를 주신 백령도 응원단들이 계셔서 더욱 힘이 났습니다. 낙동강하구의 4 계절 속에 인간과 새들이 일구어 온 공존의 역사를 담은 의미있는 프로그램에 새와생명의터가 함께 할 기회를 주신 KBS 정현덕 PD님과 조민경 작가님께도 감사드립니다.
Dr Nial Moores, Director, Birds Korea The Lush Summit? A high-end cosmetics company holding some kind of global meeting for environmental and social activisits in the UK? Initially sceptical, in many ways this was perhaps the most surprising and stimulating … read more
2018년 2월 람사르조약 업데이트에 따르면 DPRK에 처음으로 2 곳의 람사르 보호구역이 지정된다. 오는 5월에 공인될 이번 결정으로 인해 DPRK는 170번째의 람사르 조약국이 되는 셈이며 문덕철새보호구역과 나선 철새보호구역이 보전 중요성을 인정받은 것이다. 최근 중국 정부의 엄격해진 해안 매립규제 발표에 이어, 이는 북동아시아의 생물종 보전기회를 … read more
Birds Korea, February 7th 2018 To the background of final preparations for the winter “peace” olympics, the Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands on February 6th welcomed the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) as the 170th and … read more
The Sanchi, a tanker carrying 136,000 tons, or about 1 million barrels, of oil, caught fire and sank in Chinese waters in mid-January, with the spill area affecting 332 sq km of sea surface by January 21st. According to media … read more
Dr. Nial Moores, Birds Korea, January 23 2018 On January 17th 2018, Xinhua, the official press agency of the People’s Republic of China, announced that, “China has introduced its toughest regulation on land reclamation along the country’s coastline, vowing to … read more
2017: A Turning Point For China’s Biodiversity? Terry Townshend, Birding Beijing, January 3rd 2018 This article has been reproduced here in full, with the author’s permission, to help reassure everyone who cares for conservation that progress really can be made… 2017 … read more
Lush Life Radio: Turning Point Have a listen to Lush Life Radio, as Dr Nial Moores, conservationist and director of Birds Korea, answers the question: “What was the one decision or conversation that changed your life forever?” read more
Last Murmurations of a Destroyed Wetland In 2006, the Saemangeum seawall strangled life from South Korea’s largest and most ecologically dynamic mudflat, and contributed to critical declines for several of our flyway’s migratory shorebird species. Find out what is happening … read more
Last weekend I had the pleasure of giving a 20-minute talk at the Congrès Québec Oiseaux 2017 in Victoriaville, Québec. The talk, which was given in (rusty) French, started with a sketch of what it’s like to live and bird … read more