WWF Romania office

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Rural landscape with morning mist near Zarnesti, Transylvania, Southern Carpathian Mountains, Romania.
© Wild Wonders of Europe / Cornelia Doerr / WWF
WWF has worked in Romania since the 1990s. Its main objectives are the conservation and restoration of biodiversity and ensuring sustainable development in the region. The office is also involved in the Natura 2000 network and protected areas, at forests and freshwater ecosystems, rural and sustainable development.

Founded: 2006 

WWF Romania office

  • WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme Office (DCPO),
    Romania

    Str. Ioan Caragea Vodă,
    nr. 26,
    Corp A,
    sector 1 cod 010537,
    Bucharest
    Romania
    +40 21 317 49 96

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