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Danube River

Hungary’s National Parks – save after all?

As reported at the beginning of the month, Hungary has plans to take away more than 300,000 hectare of protected areas from National Parks’ management and transfer the management to the National Land Management Fund Organisation. However, Hungary’s president, János Áder, has not signed the ...
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Old Drava

First Croatian-Hungarian Life project launched

River Drava is one of Europe’s treasure troves of biological diversity and part of the Hungarian Transboundary Biosphere Reserve Mura-Drava-Danube (TBR MDD). It is a hot spot of natural habitats, which are now rare in Europe, such as large and very well preserved floodplain forests, river ...
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Goran Šafarek

Master of photography: Goran Šafarek

The TBR MDD photographer and filmmaker Goran Šafarek spends a great deal of his time in the pursuit of the perfect picture, portraying wildlife at its best. Goran Šafarek is a biologist, photographer, and videographer who was honoured in a leading national newspapers as one of the top 100 people ...
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Recently established hydropower dam in Gössendorf at the Mura River - Austria

“Amazon of Europe” under threat!

National Parks in Hungary in peril Massive setback for nature conservation, as the Hungarian government accepted a bill on April, 28th 2015, which virtually abolishes the 10 National Parks in Hungary. More detailed, the management rights of over 300,000 hectare of protected areas will be taken away ...
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Restoration site

WWF and Vojvodinašume continue partnership to restore Serbian wetlands

Novi Sad, Serbia - WWF and Serbia’s forest Public Enterprise (PE) Vojvodinašume signed a memorandum to continue their long-standing cooperation on nature protection for an indefinite period. The focus of the partnership in 2015 and 2016 will be on restoring 3 wetlands in the Special Nature ...
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