Living river -- or transport canal?
Over 1,000 km of the Danube could be artificially deepened, regulated, or dammed, destroying many of Europe’s last great river landscapes and wetlands, including the myriad of benefits and services they provide, from drinking water to fish, tourism and recreation.
Transportation is one important use of our river – but not the only one. We want a living river, not just a canal. Fit the ships to the river, not the river to the ships!
Ready: Final draft of the strategy for the sustainable development of the Carpathians
The discussion will take place on 23 September 2014 in Mikulov, Czech Republic
13 orphaned Romanian bears get another chance
A rehabilitation centre takes care of the species
Action for river protection: WWF celebrates Amazon of Europe Day across five countries
Big Jumps and various cross-border events in the future UNESCO Biosphere Reserve ...
A baby beluga sturgeon found in the Danube
A success for the annual WWF expedition
WWF supports beech virgin forests in Romania to become part of the UNESCO World Heritage list
Up to 13,000 different species live there