The MNB plans to neutralise its ecological footprint in close cooperation with WWF Hungary. Last year, the Bank successfully started compensating carbon-dioxide emissions at its international green conferences, by providing funds for forest restoration at Pápateszér. The MNB expects to fully neutralise the carbon-dioxide emission arising from its operation from 2021 by a large-scale afforestation near Geszt, Hungary.2021-04-01 More »
Have you ever seen a giant panda riding a scooter or planting? WWF ÖkoPanda (EcoPanda) does everything to live environmentally conscious – whether it is about transport, plastic-free shopping or sustainable eating. WWF Hungary has teamed up with Rakuten Viber again, to swamp the messages with “eco-attitude”.2020-11-12 More »
While the world is struggling with the aftermath of the coronavirus epidemic, WWF is urging international action in three key areas to prevent the spread of diseases like COVID-19 in the future. In its new report, the NGO uses case studies to support the links between environmental destruction activities and epidemics.2020-06-23 More »
The idea came from Pantone and color of the year, Living Coral, the campaign started by WWF Hungary, and White Rabbit is responsible for the communication.
2018-12-19 More »
MEP, representing seven different political groups, have sent a letter to the European Commissioner Karmenu Vella expressing their concern with regards to the critical situation in two areas protected under EU law in Bulgaria: Pirin National Park and Kresna Gorge.
2018-07-10 More »
Bratislava, Budapest, Bucharest, Sofia, Kyiv - Earth Hour, WWF’s landmark movement, is once again set to unite millions of people around the world to show their commitment to the planet. Hundreds of iconic landmarks in Central and Eastern Europe will switch off lights for an hour at 8:30 p.m. local time, 24 March to stand in solidarity with nature while they join the world’s largest environmental demonstration to support actions for a living planet.
2018-03-19 More »
At the Fifth Conference of the Parties of the Carpathian Convention in Lillafuered, Hungary, representatives of the seven Parties to the Convention, committed to take action on climate change, agriculture and forest protection, among other issues.
2017-10-13 More »
The Romanian government has prohibited the use of wild animals in circus performances in the country. Previously WWF Romania collected more than 63,000 signatures in an online petition addressing the country’s political class to take action.
2017-06-14 More »
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.
2016-10-12 More »