Resource Cap Coalition
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where everybody has enough within the limits of the planet!
World Water Day: challenges and solu...
Today we celebrate World Water Day. Today, more than ever before, we are facing challenges caused by water scarcity, floods and droughts as well as water pollution. Demand for both drinking and industrial water is growing as the global population is expanding and as we increasingly use it for energy and food production. That is […]
What is nature worth for you?
And the answer is 13 million EUR – this is the amount that protected Natura 2000 sites provide in the form of six selected ecosystem services in the Tarnava-Mica region in Romania, according to our research. During our project with Milvus Group and the Centre for Ecological Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA ÖK), we mapped and assessed […]
We became a Friend of Eurosite
While we work for the benefit of society and of our members, at the same time we are open to joining forces with organisations that share similar values with us. We are happy to announce that we are now a part of Friends of Eurosite network, a network of nature conservation organisations or networks that have a long-term […]
Meet our Member of the Month
Did you know that Bulgaria is the second country in the EU with the highest level of biodiversity and among the states with the highest percentage of declared Natura 2000 areas? It is also a country where our member, Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation (BBF) works for 30 years now, focusing on preserving this rich heritage for […]
Good food, good farming – now
Today we have called on EU leaders to carry out a radical reform of the CAP and related policies, together with over 130 European civil society organisations representing environmental and social justice networks, organic farmers, pastoralists, peasants, sustainable forestry groups, health groups, animal welfare organisations, consumer rights bodies, development, fair-trade, cultural heritage and rural development organisations, […]
Green-blue infrastructure and water
Today, demand for both drinking and industrial water is growing as the global population is expanding and as we increasingly use it for energy and food production. We are well aware that this “blue gold” is irreplaceable and still, we do not invest enough to keep our water clean and manage it in a sustainable […]
For greener and safer transport
The TRANSGREEN project is launched today at a kick-off meeting in Vienna, Austria. It aims to develop an environmentally-friendly and safe transport network in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine. Namely, the network of highways and railways that connect key areas of Hungary and, further on, our country to the rest of Europe […]
Slow, green and healthy tourism
The INSiGHTS project of Interreg Danube Transnational Program is launched today at the kick-off meeting in Tata, Hungary. The focus of the project are integrated slow, green and healthy tourism strategies. Regions in Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Romania and Germany have outstanding natural and cultural resources in need to be protected. At the […]