WWF reveals Croatia’s Seven River Wonders to the public
The first "Amazon of Europe" Day will be celebrated on 14 July
Fresh hope for ecologically sensitive rivers in the Danube basin
NGOs welcome the Guiding Principles for Sustainable Hydropower for Danube basin rivers, but will ...
Europe’s last wild sturgeons threatened by ongoing illegal fishing and caviar trade—WWF and TRAFFIC
Ongoing illegal fishing and trade in caviar in Romania and Bulgaria is threatening the survival of ...
Croatia, Moldova, Slovenia and Ukraine win European Schools for a Living Planet award
The award for the best projects - a nature camp week in Romania - was presented to four schools ...
Celebrities join volunteers to clean all 11 nature parks in Bulgaria
Over 13,000 people have taken part in the National Day of Nature Parks since the beginning of the ...
A WWF project to save Hungarian steppe woods wins an EU ‘Best LIFE Nature’ award
It was awarded at a ceremony during the Green Week in Brussels
Floods in Central Europe much more damaging because of unsustainable river management
The natural capacity of many rivers to retain flood water is constantly being lowered
WWF equips a fourth bear in Romania with a tracking collar after first one is killed by poachers
Valuable information will be gathered from areas unreachable so far in the Carpathians
The construction of two major roads in Bulgaria and Romania ignores vital habitats
The Lugoj-Deva highway and the road to new tunnel under Shipka may split ecological corridors
Moving towards a resource-efficient, “green” economy in the Danube Region
President Plevneliev and EC Commissioner Potočnik will take part in a WWF conference in Bulgaria