Founded: November 2002
WWF Hungary office
Founded: November 2002
1141 Budapest Álmos vezér útja 69/a.
+36 1 2145554
+36 1 2129353
WWF Conservation Projects in Hungary
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....
Implementation of the Water Framework Directive
Latest Hungary News
The Carpathian Convention at 10: On the map, but much left to do
The Carpathians turn 10 years old this month but it has only been only relatively recently that the ...
WWF Appeal for a more sustainable Europe - Open letter to EU leaders
In the run-up to decisionmaking on the next EU financial perspective for 2014-20, WWF has appealed ...
Largest Hungarian intact forest saved from logging
Logging in Csarna-valley, the largest intact forest in Hungary, has been stopped thanks to a ...
Riverwatchers to protect the “Amazon of Europe”
A long blue band waved by six men wearing uniforms on Zagreb’s central square today marked the ...
One year after the red mud disaster: WWF warns of more "ticking time bombs"
A year after the red mud disaster in Hungary, WWF warns that little has been done to prevent ...
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 ...