WWF Adria news
Nature Park Lastovo Island is a step towards eco-tourism
DestiMED project is implemented by WWF Adria in Croatia and funded by the EU Interreg Mediterranean ...
Citizens of Kruščica keep on fighting!
It has been more than a month since citizens of Kruščica village began peaceful protests against ...
WWF launches last-ditch effort to save world’s wild sturgeons
New strategy to conserve most endangered group of fish
Petition launched against the destruction of Slovenia´s “Amazon of Europe”
WWF and NGO-Alliance: Save the Mura – Stop the dams!
WWF Adria co founder of the new graduate study in Zadar: Sustainable Management of Aquatic Ecosystems
WWF Adria Director
Location: WWF Adria office in Zagreb, Croatia
Why do bars in Zagreb and Belgrade serve drinks without ice?
WWF: Campaign Don't just sit and watch it melt!
Design and Nature camp held in Germia Park
During the camp through different social and educational activities the youth developed projects ...
Public participation in sustainable development should be encouraged – not violently suppressed
WWF Adria strongly condemns the actions of police in Bosnia and Herzegovina who today violently ...
Local communities already feel the benefits of the Una Tourist Cluster
First results of WWF grants in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Una National Park