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WWF Conservation Projects in Austria
Reconnecting the Danube
The Danube River is one of Europe’s largest rivers, flowing over 2,857km from Germany’s Black Forest to the Romanian and Ukrainian shores of the Black...
Conservation in the Danube-Carpathian
The Danube-Carpathian region stretches from Germany in the west to Romania and Ukraine in the East, from Poland in the north to Bulgaria in the south....
European Alpine Programme
At the end of 1999 an Alpine Programme was initiated by WWF Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland to explore the feasibility of adopting the ecoregi...
Latest Austria news
APP’s double default on creditors
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has been accused of a “double default” on international ...
Lights out on Bosphorus Bridge marks Earth Hour transition into Europe.
Lights going out on Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge was a fitting way to mark Earth Hour’s transition ...
World’s first five country protected area to conserve “Europe’s Amazon”
Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia and Slovenia today signed a historic declaration to establish a ...
Navigation threat barges in on Danube
New plans to ease navigation bottlenecks on the Danube could threaten some of the river's most ...
Hungary could take lead on tackling ticking toxic time bombs from mining
Hungary, about to take on the EU presidency, could use its position to mount a major push on ...
Hungary toxic mud disaster could have been avoided
An aerial photograph taken in June showing a damaged and clearly leaking sludge pond wall shows ...
Toxic plume reaches Danube, raises questions about safety in multitude of other sites
As the mixture of red sludge and alkaline water from Monday’s breach of a waste dam at a Hungarian ...
Toxic mud effects likely to be long term in Hungary
As toxic mud polluted waters flow towards the Danuber from Monday’s breach of an alumina plant ...
WWF fears environmental impact of toxic mud disaster in Hungary
WWF is fearful of the long term environmental impacts of the toxic mud disaster in Hungary, ...
Plenty to celebrate but more to do as 19 nations mark Danube Day
The waltz might have celebrated a Blue Danube, but for those who lived on its banks it was the ...