"This shows the low level of attention paid by Spanish administrations to the European strategy on biodiversity," the organization explains in a statement.
In 2011, all community club countries agreed to set a goal to halt biodiversity loss and degradation of systemic services by 2020; To do this, they approved a common approach plan based on 37 actions.
"The Spanish State is not making significant global progress to meet the planned objective," they denounce from Ecologists in Action.
At the moment, Spain has only fully implemented one of these measures.
The action in question is the one corresponding to the signing of the Nagoya Protocol, related to energy resources.
Another fourteen of the total actions contemplated in the EU strategy on biodiversity are already underway, but all have significant delays in their implementation, according to environmentalists.
The remaining 22 actions are waiting for the Spanish administrations to take a step forward to implement them.