Fundatia ADEPT Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation and charity promoting Agricultural Development and Environmental Protection in the area Tarnava Mare in Transylvania, Romania
The ADEPT Foundation objectives are the protection of natural and cultural heritage, linked to economic regeneration of the area, such that each supports the other. This is summed up by the triple bottom line concept: conservation of biodiversity – sustainable use of natural resources – equitable sharing of benefits.
The mission of CEEweb for Biodiversity is the conservation of the biodiversity through the promotion of sustainable development.
Green Balkans is a leading organization in the field of conservation of rare species and habitats in Bulgaria.
The Organization was established in 1988 being Bulgaria’s oldest nature conservation NGO. For its almost 20 years’ existence, Green Balkans has won recognition from international and national institutions, authorities, and donors as a welcome partner and a highly reputable and competent organization. This is proven by the public confidence in the Organization and its almost 4,500 Bulgarian and foreign members.
Thanks to Green Balkans’ hundreds of volunteers and experts, as well as the international and national support, the Society achieved significant results in the preservation of Bulgaria’s unique natural heritage.
The Hamilton Area Members Group is a long-established Members’ Group of the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) in Scotland. Last year we celebrated our 25th anniversary and we continue to enjoy birds in much the same way as before. We have talks, outings, surveys and often attend functions to talk to the public about birds.
One of our main interests is our twinned association with The Milvus Group Association, exchanging news and learning about how others care for their birds – on three occasions our members have visited your country – long may the friendship last.
We fund-raise by having an annual Plant Sale and have a close working relationship with our local reserve of Baron’s Haugh.
National Park located in North Dobrogea.
MME/BirdLife Hungary (Hungarian Ornithological and Nature Conservation Society=Magyar Madártani és Természetvédelmi Egyesület) member of BirdLife International was formed in 1974. More than 200 enthusiastic bird-lover attended the founding conference of whom a lot is still active members. MME was created to protect environment and especially birds and these are public interests. In the beginning our work was based on research, which later has been extended to solving problems of bird-protection and further to that of general nature-protection. Its main aims are the promotion of recognition and popularisation of natural values and aims of nature-protection, forming the nature-protection-outlook of the youth, to increase the number of nature-protection-supporters and consulting for governmental, local autonomies, farmers and NGOs.
The “Nimfea” Environment and Nature Conservation Association is one of the biggest organisations of the Trans-Tiszanian region, with more than a thousand members, 13 well operating member organisations and one central office in Túrkeve to ensure the fluent operation.
The “Nimfea” works in the Great Hungarian Plain as a non-governmental organisation, solving tasks related to the environment- and nature protection. National or tasks touching the Carpathian basin are ventured on by our organisation, lately, so the field of our activity is continuously growing.
“Patronus Pro Sarumberg” Association
Retezat National Park is the oldest National Park in Romania; it was established in 1935 and it’s mai objectives were to conserve the landscape and the endemic flora found here. Altitudes vary between 794m at the park entry on Râu Mare valley and 2509m at Peleaga Peak. Retezat Mountains have some of the most beautiful landscapes in South-Eastern Europe. The massif is crossed by many tourist trails on which hikers can admire the landscape and enjoy the wilderness of this area. The more trained climbers can find some climbing areas, of which Colţii Pelegii is one well known. Camping sites, cabins and refuges in and around the park are attractive and waiting to accommodate tourists.
SOR aims to conserve and study the wild bird species, their habitats and sites in Romania, increasing population’s awareness regarding environmental sustainability, working for the protection of biodiversity and bird fauna.
The research activity of SOR focuses on the following issues: Important Bird Areas Programme, study and protection of rare and endangered bird species; study on bird migration; monitoring of specific bird species; distribution of breeding bird species of Romania; building action plans for the protection of bird species.
We team up with local non-profit agencies and other global NGOs. We form relationships with village elders, local councils and regional government offices. And in this day and age of globalization, critically, we work with businesses who are willing to change.
Our mission at the Centre is to carry out high quality research on the biological diversity of forest, grassland, lake and river ecosystems, to learn about these systems, and to provide evidence of the importance of their conservation. The Centre is the home of researchers from various disciplines, including ecology, botany, hydrobiology, meteorology, agronomy, forestry, as well as interdisciplinary sciences.