Living Planet analysis shows looming ecological credit crunch -- for the Earth and Danube-Carpathians
Czechs are “consuming” 2.5 planet Earths, Bulgarians “only” 1.3, WWF's bi-annual report reveals. ...
Cows prepared for a long, hard winter in OEMN Maramures
Work is almost complete on the winter shelter for nature-conserving cows, built by OEMN partners ...
Bulgarians eye Black Sea development with concern
Eighty per cent of the Bulgarian population has expressed concern at the over-construction along ...
Ski developments bite into Tatras National Park
Intensive development of ski runs and tourism infrastructure are cutting into Tatras National Park. ...
Destruction of Bulgarian parks continues
Despite growing public concern, destruction of Bulgarian protected areas is continuing and even ...
Danube getting cleaner
The Danube and its tributaries are becoming cleaner, but more work is needed -- these are the ...
Climate change in Serbia
Serbian Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulić lent his support to WWF's first ...
Carpathian jewels come together
First conference of the Carpathian Network of Protected Areas in Poiana-Brasov
Climate tour in Romania
The WWF climate tour comes to Romania, spreading public awareness of climate change and energy ...
Lower Danube People's Summit
Participants at the Lower Danube People’s Summit discussed practical implementation of the Lower ...