As an element of the 25th anniversary of WWF-Hungary, we have launched an online auction in search of a new position or an early retirement offer for its beloved senior colleague.
The "Skateboards Made by Bears" project, created by White Rabbit advertising agency for WWF-Hungary, has won a Crystal Award of the prominent Adstarts Festival of South-Korea.
In a welcome piece of good news for the world’s threatened wildlife, the giant panda has just been downgraded from ‘Endangered’ to ‘Vulnerable’ on the global list of species at risk of extinction, demonstrating how an integrated approach can help save our planet’s vanishing biodiversity.
Today’s joint announcement by the world’s two biggest carbon emitters – China and the US – that they have formally joined the global climate Paris Agreement sends a very powerful signal that there will be real global action on climate change.
In August, 2016 WWF Hungary received new footages from camera traps placed at the Aggtelek National Park, Northern Hungary. The footages show an entire family with eight cubs, in daytime, playing in the forest on Hungarian territory. This unique video marks the success of the efforts to save the natural habitat of large carnivores in Hungary. These cubs are going to leave their mother in late September, at start of the hunting season, becoming especially vulnerable to illegal shootings.
Eight months into 2016, humans have already spent Earth’s ecological budget for the year.
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.
Following the serious crimes recently uncovered during a raid on Thailand’s Tiger Temple, WWF is using Global Tiger Day today to call on governments across Asia to investigate all tiger breeding centres and close any operations proven to be involved in the illegal tiger trade.
WWF mourns the death on Thursday of Dr Luc Hoffmann at the age of 93. At the same time, WWF celebrates his extraordinary life-long contribution to nature conservation and to the organization.
Together with hundreds of other locations in Europe, Hungary held its own Big Jump event this Sunday as well. The countrywide challenge of WWF Hungary was accepted by participants from 16 towns and villages from 8 counties, thus making our splash the biggest one in the Danube region. For the region, this day also marks the memorial day of the Mura-Drava-Danube Transboundary Biosphere Reserve, also known as the ‘Amazon of Europe’.