WWF Magyarország

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International online conference organised by the LIFE-MICACC project

The LIFE-MICACC project cordially invites all interested parties to the international online conference entitled "Local climate change adaptation and water retention opportunities through the LIFE-MICACC project’s experiences" on the 28th October 2021 from 10:00 a.m.

2021-10-05 More »

The MNB becomes carbon neutral with WWF Hungary

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 »


WWF EcoPanda inspires you how to be environmentally conscious on Viber

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 »

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 »