Conservation and environmental news & publications: Hungary
Danube Day 2014: Much more about awareness and solidarity than ever before
What are the events on 29 June
Communities in six countries to benefit from seven-year restoration project along the Danube river
53 km² of Danube wetlands will be back by 2020
WWF joins new EU platform to successfully conserve and manage large carnivores in Europe
WWF has today become part of a new EU Platform “Coexistence between People and Large Carnivores” ...
33 school classes from 11 European countries in an environmental competition
Further student cross-border actions planned
A WWF restoration project in Hungary brings life back to a Danube island
Natural floodplain forest came back, drinking water also secured
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 ...