Not all mining waste dangers dealt with by new EU law
A “political agreement” set to be reached tomorrow by EU Environment Ministers on waste from mining ...
The Dance of the Bear
The Carpathian Mountains are well known in Europe as the land of legends and ancient traditions.
New European Commission must act to curb huge energy waste
A new report reveals that Central and Eastern European countries are using at least twice the ...
Make illegal logging a crime in the EU, says WWF
A new WWF survey launched today shows that while most EU countries still fail to take effective ...
WWF calls for better conservation management in the Danube
On International Danube Day, WWF calls on governments in the Danbue-Carpathian region to step up ...
Ecotourism in Romania
Colin Shaw, foundation member of the Association of Ecotourism in Romania and Tour Operations ...
EU’s new treasures not safe yet
The new EU member states have made substantial progress to protect Europe’s remaining natural ...
Ukraine’s breach of international agreements threatens Europe’s second largest wetland
WWF today criticized plans by the Ukrainian government to construct the Bystroye Canal, which will ...
EU enlargement: boon or bane for nature?
Many view the addition of 10 countries to the EU on 1 May with a sceptical eye. But fears of ...
Voices from the “new EU” - Milan Vogrin
The EU’s new citizens describe what their countries will bring to the Union, their expectations ...