Conservation and environmental news & publications: Romania
Danube floods the result of mismanagement
An integrated and internationally coordinated approach to flood management that works with nature, ...
Danube Floods: Long-term solutions needed for people and nature
Floodwaters have returned to Bulgaria and Romania, menacing towns, villages and human lives. ...
Retezat secures LIFE project for Alpine conservation
Retezat National Park in Romania has secured EU LIFE funding for a major new initiative for the ...
One Europe More Nature in the Tisza River Basin
WWF is working at three sites along the Tisza River in Romania and Hungary to maintain and restore ...
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One Europe, More Nature in the Tisza River Basin
A new WWF project aims to harmonise local economic development with environmental improvements ...
One step forward for Romanian sustainable forestry
1 Million hectares of state forests FSC certified – WWF receives acknowledgements
A Policy Field Guide to Sinca Noua and the Tagla Mountains
In the Romanian village of Sinca Noua, the One Europe More Nature project is helping local people ...
Extreme Weather – Summer temperature graphs for European cities
Summer temperature graphs showing the warming trend in the EU capital cities
WWF report: Europe feels the heat – Extreme weather and the power sector (self-starting file for on-screen viewing)
A new report from WWF analyzes summer temperature data from 16 EU cities. The temperatures of ...
WWF marks Danube Day
Busy shipping traffic is threatening Europe's second longest river, says WWF on Danube Day, an ...