Environmental conservation work in Romania

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With the lion’s share of two globally important ecoregions, Romania is a key country for WWF in Europe. 80% of the Danube Delta and over half of the Carpathian Mountains are on Romanian territory.
WWF has been active in the country since the early 1990s. Conservation activities initially focused on the Danube Delta and Lower Danube, but since then have expanded significantly into a comprehensive programme that includes work on forest protection and sustainable forestry, protected areas, freshwater, agriculture and rural development. In 2006, WWF established a registered organisation in the country.

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