WWF Adria news
NEITHER GREEN, NOR CLEAN – Albanian prime-minister admits that small hydropower plants are “useless and harmful”
Prime-minister Edi Rama stated that the government will never again allow projects affecting people ...
As Europe’s rivers run dry, Croatia says yes to further destruction
As rivers across Europe run dry and struggle to cope with sky-high temperatures, Croatia’s ...
Communities under Pressure – the Human Cost of Hydropower
WWF Adria hosted a panel discussion on "Communities under Pressure" in Tirana, Albania
Green Light from UNESCO for the Austrian Biosphere Reserve Lower Mura Valley
Today in Paris recognition of the Lower Mura Valley as a biosphere reserve
Revealed: plastic ingestion by people could be equating to a credit card a week
We’re consuming about 2000 tiny pieces of plastic every week. That’s approximately 21 grams a ...
Rowing Over 35 Kilometres to Remind All of the Importance of Free-Flowing Rivers
More than 30 adventurers reminded us of the values of natural rivers and their numerous benefits
Montenegro to revise all documentation regarding existing small hydropower plant projects
Montenegrin Government asked for a revision of all documentation regarding existing sHPP projects.
How to cross a fish pass without any water?
How can fish cross the fish pass if there is no water? How do they migrate if hydropower plants ...
Can Tourism Support Protected Areas To Achieve Conservation Goals?
Developing world no longer a plastic dumping ground, says WWF