WWF Magyarország

The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...

 

Forests

Everything you wanted to know about wolves

It’s more and more common to hear about the reappearance of large carnivores in Hungary. There may be questions concerning their presence, to which so far the answers have often been anecdotic, sentimental or based on beliefs. The new issue of WWF Hungary “Coexistence is possible – questions and answers about wolves”, is here to answer those questions. The informative publication is available online on the website of WWF Hungary (in Hungarian). 

2020-10-26 More »

The VELUX Group commits to capture its historical carbon footprint and become Lifetime Carbon Neutral in partnership with WWF

The VELUX Group commits to reduce its future carbon emissions and capture its historical carbon footprint since it was founded in 1941 – totalling 5.6 million tonnes of CO2.

2020-09-01 More »

 

Together we saved Csarna Valley!

Campaign a milestone in nature conservation in Hungary.


2018-12-19 More »

Hundred-year-old forests in Hungary

The older a forest is, the more it is expected to be rich in flora and fauna. Aged forests’ touristic attraction should not be undervalued. Who would not prefer visiting romantic landscapes during their trips; landscapes whose most colourful scenes are old forests with their trees sized and shaped just as in a fable? Concerning our international project that supports the conservation of oak forests, we hereby report on Hungary’s “hundred-year-old” forests.


2018-06-21 More »

 

WWF urges Slovak government to protect Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians

Continuing inappropriate management, extensive logging and hunting in the Slovak part of the site is threatening the outstanding universal value of the whole UNESCO site, which includes areas located in Ukraine and Germany.


2017-07-11 More »

Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians at risk

Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and the Ancient Beech Forests of Germany are at risk and UNESCO expresses concern about inappropriate management, logging and other threats within the Slovakian part of the World Heritage Site. WWF urges the government to take steps.


2017-05-23 More »

 

Carpathian Forests Research - closing conference

Registracion has began for the closing conference of the Carpathian forests project.


2017-02-21 More »

Tragic year for world’s rangers

At least 107 rangers died in the line of duty over the past twelve months and yet a new survey finds many rangers across the world are still not covered by any health, long-term disability or life insurance schemes.


2016-08-02 More »

 

UN body urges protection of threatened World Heritage sites

Key decisions made today at a UN session representing 192 countries are set to impact the future of some of our planet’s most important natural World Heritage sites.


2016-07-12 More »

Governments get chance to protect world’s most important natural places

Starting today, nations from around the globe are gathering in Istanbul to make decisions that will impact the future of some of our planet’s most important natural World Heritage sites.


2016-07-11 More »