The Hungarian office of World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) was founded in 1991. In the past 25 years we've been working on protecting our biodiversity by focusing on freshwaters, forests, priority species and fighting against climate change.
Keep yourself up-to-date and read the latest news about our work in fields of climate change, forests, freshwaters, species programmes and other nature conservation issues.
Check out our pictures of the events of our versions of global or international happenings such as Earth Hour or Big Jump, and of course the Hungarian specialties: Day of Hungarian Nature, Green Generation, our different project sites and trips.
The Hungarian WWF office is located in Budapest, Hungary. Click here to learn the easiest ways to get to us - traveling either by public transport, bicycle or car. The office is open on weekdays from 9AM but you can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.