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One of Europe’s Last Intact Forests is Rapidly Being Destroyed

Romania’s Carpathian Mountains are infamous as the home of Dracula and synonymous with the brooding, dark, forbidding landscapes created by its looming ancient forests. Unfortunately, as visitors to the country will discover, those forests are disappearing. 70 kata lagi


Event : The Battle for Europe’s Last Virgin Forests (London, July 8th)

The Romanian Cultural Centre in London (RCC) in collaboration with Environmental and Social Change (ESC) organise an evening of special screenings, photography and discussions about Europe’s last virgin forests threatened by intensive logging. 7 kata lagi


Romania: Austrian Firm at Center of Illegal Logging Scandal

An investigation by RISE Project, an OCCRP partner, has revealed how an Austrian-based company bought huge volumes of timber from controversial local logging firms over the past two years.

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Save the forests: real solutions to textbook problems

Let’s face it, we have been concerned about deforestation at some point of our lives. 

“Ok class, today we will be discussing deforestation. Deforestation has brought about negative impacts to the environment. 427 kata lagi


Thousands rally for protests in Romania against massive logging

Thousands Romanians have protested this Saturday against massive logging of forests, blaming politicians for allowing deforestation in the country. Protesters marched in Bucharest and major cities across the country, carrying banners saying “United we can save the forests!” and “Deforestation is a crime!”.

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Bruno Manser Fund praises Adenan

IN what can be called an amazing coup for Sarawak, our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has received plaudits from the Bruno Manser Fund – a Swiss-based NGO that has had nothing good to say about our State for decades. 460 kata lagi


Romania to toughen law to protect forests

Romania is to change the law to tackle the problem of illegal logging, which is ruining some of the country’s important forests.

After over two years of discussions, Romania is to finally adopt changes to the Forest Law to better protect the country’s forests against the actions of illegal loggers.

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