Conservation and environmental news & publications: Bulgaria
Caviar from endangered sturgeon not suitable for Christmas
Caviar should be crossed off Christmas gift lists whenever possible to give highly endangered ...
The world’s biggest 2013 river research expedition concludes in Romania
The international team of scientists of the "Joint Danube Survey” river expedition have completed ...
33 school classes from Central and Eastern Europe join environment education initiative
WWF and ERSTE Foundation launch European Schools for a Living Planet.
European River Restoration Conference highlights Danube efforts
How and why do we need to protect and restore rivers, floodplains and wetlands? Over the next three ...
Mimi Hughes speaks about the need to protect the Danube
In the summer of 2006, American Mimi Hughes spent 89 days swimming down the entire length of the ...
Investing in nature will repay in the future
Tsonka Hristova is the Chairwoman of “Friends of Rusenski Lom Nature Park”, the main driving force ...
Europe’s last wild sturgeons threatened by ongoing illegal fishing and caviar trade—WWF and TRAFFIC
Ongoing illegal fishing and trade in caviar in Romania and Bulgaria is threatening the survival of ...
Croatia, Moldova, Slovenia and Ukraine win European Schools for a Living Planet award
The award for the best projects - a nature camp week in Romania - was presented to four schools ...
Renewable energy & energy efficiency in your neighbourhood
Have you installed a solar energy system, a geothermal heatpump, or other renewable systems ...
Yellow water lily returns to biggest Danube island in Bulgaria
The restoration of rare plant species in the marshes of Persin Nature Park in the Bulgarian stretch ...