On the closing day of COP21 a group of Hungarian students framed the message of the new generation to the leaders of our world. They urged a new approach regarding climate change, an alignment to long-term goals and swift solutions of our future’s most pressing problems.
We organised in early November a pleasant hike in the Buda hills for the members of our Green Generation Program. On the 6-8 kilometers long walk we got familiar with the most tipical trees of the region, and we have learned a lot about forestry, issues of wildlife management and the main challenges of climate change.
On the last day of July we celebrate the World Ranger Day. We collected the best pictures of rangers working in our ten national parks. These experts strive for the protection of the natural capital of Hungary - they are brave, determined men and women and today we celebrate them!
On the 12th of July 2015 Hungary jumped the bigest in our region with 14 smaller settlements joining WWF's central event. Our thanks go with all participants, you have been great!
This year we celebrated the annual Big Jump event in Dunabogdány, a small but verry nice village at the river Danube. The WWF Living Danube Tour, a beach volleyball championship, a superb slide and an exciting watergun fight were on the menu. More than 250 people jumped with us and helped to raise awareness for the iportance of the protection of our freshwaters.
WWF Hungary organised a unique botanic tripp for plant-loving hikers this weekend. We were looking for as many protected plants as possible to observe. Did you know that more that 60 species of wild orchids bloom in Hungary? Wow!
Have you ever heard about bird-friendly workplaces? And bird-friendly gardens? Well, WWF Hungary has joined the program and recently received the recognition sign!
WWF and Toyota organized the Green Challenge competition for the participants of the Palánták (seadlings) environmental education program in 2014. Members of the two winning teams won a special reward trip at Lake Tisza with our WWF professionals.
Important aims of WWF Hungary are raising awareness and environmental education. That is why one of our colleagues, Bálint Bombay spent his past two weeks as a volunteer in the "Sündörgő" camp of the Mecsek Pangea Cultural and Environmental Association, where he led tours for children.
We wisited lake Csaj on the occasion of the restart of our operation in Szeged.
Sea turtles are the most ancient reptiles, travelingacross the ocean since hundreds of millions of years. Their survival is however under threat! Help WWF to protect the armored reptiles of the seas!
The team of WWF Hungary held a field day in May 2014. Click for the pictures of the travelouges!
The giant panda - sometimes called the bamboo bear - is currently in danger of extinction, and thus needs permanent protection and support.
Click for this year's Earth Hour pictures and join us in 2014! We are counting on you!