Conservation and environmental news & publications: Romania
Europe losing species and habitats at a dramatic rate
According to a series of surveys carried out by WWF and its partners as part of the European ...
One Europe More Nature - Project Brochure
WWF's One Europe More Nature project is working to restore and maintain key European landscapes and ...
Danube floods: Natural retention areas needed
With parts of central Europe under water from recent floods, WWF says that more natural retention ...
RAPPAM Methodology Implementation in Romania - Key findings and results
Make room for the river: Restoring the Danube
In Bulgaria and Romania floods have caused enormous damage along the Danube River, serving to ...
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 ...