Active conservation projects in Bulgaria
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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...
Forest Management in Romania and Bulgaria - IKEA
The purpose of the project is to achieve responsible forest management and widespread multi-stakeholder based forest certification in Romania and Bulg...
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....
Economic Tools for Nature Conservation in the Danube-Carpathian Region
Halting biodiversity loss has become an important aim of community nature conservation policy. One important challenge is the substantial funding that...
Protecting Europe's natural treasures
The PAN (Protected Area Network) Parks initiative – an independent foundation established by WWF and the Dutch Molecaten Group – aims to create a Euro...
Restoring the Lower Danube
The Lower Danube, flowing more than 1,000 km through Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine, is one of the last free flowing stretches of river in Eur...
Natura 2000 Danube-Carpathian Region
Enlargement of the European Union to include candidate countries in Central and Eastern Europe as well as the Mediterranean presents not only an urgen...
The Carpathians: An Ecoregion-Based Conservation Approach
Making the Network Reality: Natura 2000 and Lower Danube Green Corridor
The project contributes to implementation of the European Union (EU) Habitats and Wild Birds Directives in Romania and Bulgaria by demonstrating parti...
High Nature Value Farmlands in the Danube-Carpathian Region
High Nature Value (HNV) farmland represents one of the most significant, but at the same time one of the most threatened, forms of ecologically sound ...